"As the superintendent of
Smith and D60 Superintendent
The letter was signed by 168 of the 178 superintendents.
Among the affects of the nearly
The superintendents are asking that
The superintendents asked the majority of the
Another portion of the money should be used to help students at-risk of not making adequate academic progress, the letter stated.
Lopez and Smith said they hope the letter will convince Hickenlooper and
"It's our best hope that the governor and Legislature will take a strong look at the funding of public education in our state," D60's Lopez said Monday. "Changes are necessary to provide positive support of students and student achievement."
Smith said with District 70 at the very bottom of the funding formula, his hope is the letter will convince state policymakers the "additional funds are essential in order to continue to provide the excellent education the students of
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