Courier staff writer
VALLEY — In a letter addressed to Gov. John Hickenlooper and the General Assembly, the 14 Valley superintendents are asking the legislature restore $275 million in recurring funds to public schools in addition to other proposed increases.
The Valley superintendents, along with more than 100 others across the state, want to see a significant portion of the $275 million put towards reducing “negative factor,” which has cost Colorado school districts millions of dollars since 2010.
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