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Growing economy unlikely to be a big boon for schools in light of TABOR

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By Crystal Nelson

COMMERCE CITY — The fiscal rewards of the upturn in Colorado’s economy won’t be trickling down to school districts as many of them would hope, according to a briefing given March 31 to municipal and education leaders.

Carol Hedges, executive director of the Colorado Fiscal Institute, explained to council members and officials from the cities of Brighton and Commerce City, along with board members and administrators from School District 27J, how TABOR refunds would translate to fewer dollars in the state’s coffers for education.


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