Colorado ranks 42nd in the country when it comes to spending per student. Patching up the state budget means that spending could decrease further.
The Colorado Supreme Court heard oral arguments Wednesday in a lawsuit that has major implications for how much money school districts get from the state.
State House lawmakers Friday advanced a bill to stream line testing, while Senators passed a school finance bill that whittles $25 million dollars from public schools large budget shortfall.
Virtually all of them, 174 out of 178, signed a statement asking legislators for tens of millions of dollars.
Taylor Lobato speaks with reporters after Supreme Court hearing in Lobato Versus The State of Colorado.
CEA president Kerrie Dallman leads rally at Colorado State Capitol.