Colorado looks to boost rural schools

Sept. 4, 2007
Many struggle to keep buildings in good shape.

Rural school districts across Colorado are struggling to find the money to keep their buildings up to fire code, replace broken-down buses and buy new boilers -- let alone build up-to-date classrooms and libraries. A group of state lawmakers is working to close the gap between the richest and poorest districts.

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