Great Ed in the News in 2018

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The following media articles included a Great Ed mention in 2018:



Voters approve additional public education funding in several states (Think Progress, November 7, 2018)

Colorado Amendment 73, Tax Increase For Public Education, Has Failed (Colorado Public Radio, November 6, 2018)

Amendment 73: Voters to decide on education funding (KKTV 11 News, November 5, 2018)

The Case For Amendment 73, Colorado School Funding Measure (Westword, October 16, 2018)

Education proponents take swing at tax increase for school funding (Aspen Times, October 15, 2018)

Advocates See Amendment 73 As A Chance For Voters To ‘Make It Right’ For School Funding (Colorado Public Radio, October 11, 2018)

Colorado’s school finance system is broken. Is Amendment 73 the answer? (Colorado Sun, October 9, 2018)

Voter Guide 2018: Amendment 73: Quality Public Education Fund Amendment  (9 News, October 8, 2018)

Amendment 73 Would Mean More Money For Colorado Schools. Here’s How (KUNC, September 27, 2018)

Here’s how some districts would spend their share of a $1.6 billion tax hike for education (Chalkbeat, September 21, 2018)

Signatures being checked for statewide school funding measure (Centennial Citizen, July 31, 2018)

A $1.6 billion tax increase for Colorado education just got a lot closer to the ballot (Chalkbeat, July 11, 2018)

Initiative 73 Aims To Increase School Funding; Signatures Submitted (CBS 4 Denver, July 11, 2018)

Initiative 93 raises funds for education; lowers taxes for some small businesses, ag (The Fence Post, May 10, 2018)

Teacher walkouts in Arizona and Colorado continue national debate on money for schools (Los Angeles Times, April 27, 2018)

Sponsor pulls bill that would change how Colorado distributes money to schools (Chalkbeat, April 26, 2018)

The extra with Renae Roberts (KRDO, April 23, 2018)

Despite a booming economy, Colorado’s school funding lags well below national average (The Denver Channel, April 15, 2018)

Advocates, lawmakers back efforts to bolster education funding (Arvada Press, March 19, 2018)

Try, try again: Latest attempt at Colorado school funding measure would raise $1.6 billion with income, corporate tax increases (Chalkbeat, February 22, 2018)

Colorado’s superintendents want (a lot) more money for schools and a new way to divvy it up (Chalkbeat, February 6, 2018)

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