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COLORADO STATE OF MIND

K-12 Education Windfall?

  • Aired: 11/23/2012
  • 27:42
  • Rating: NR
Superintendent Cindy Stevenson of Jefferson County School District -- the state's largest school district -- joins us to talk about Jeffco's success in convincing taxpayers to pay more for children's K-12 education. EdNews reporter Nancy Mitchell and CU Denver's Paul Teske round out the conversation.
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Cindy Stevenson, Superintendant of JeffCo Schools talks about financing for K-12 schools.
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