Anna Staver, The Denver Post
Coloradans are going to decide this November whether they want to give more of their money to fund full-day kindergarten, special education, English proficiency and preschool.
Initiative 93, which supporters call Great School, Thriving Communities, qualified for the ballot Thursday, according to the Secretary of State’s Office. It will appear on the ballot as Amendment 73.
“This will help us address critical needs and offer educational opportunities to all our students,” Buffalo School District Superintendent Rob Sanders said a statement. “We can address the growing teacher shortage crisis, fund programs for students with special needs, provide career and technical training to make high school graduates career-ready, and keep students safe.”