Colorado School Choice: A Primer
Public schools. Private schools. Charters. Homeschooling.
When it comes to educating Colorado students, the choices are varied and many. About the only choice that has been repeatedly rejected – twice during the 1990s by voters and most recently by the Colorado Supreme Court, which ruled it unconstitutional – is the use of vouchers to use public tax money to sent students to private and religious schools.
The following is a breakdown of Colorado K-12:
The Colorado Department of Education reports the following breakdown of the 766,657 pupils in the public school system in 2004:
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