Colorado: Cuéntanos cómo debe usar tu distrito su porción de $1.2 billones de apoyo federal para las escuelas

Young children in masks and winter coats line up to enter an Adams 14 school building on a snowy day.
Las escuelas en Colorado juntas recibirán un total de casi $1.2 billones de dólares. (Hyoung Chang / The Denver Post)

Las escuelas de Colorado están por recibir casi $1.2 billones de dólares en pagos de estímulo bajo el Plan de Rescate Estadounidense, y la mayoría del dinero irá directo a los distritos. 

Los superintendentes y sus mesas directivas tendrán mucha flexibilidad para decidir cómo dirigir el dinero, aunque el gobierno federal ha dicho que tienen que usar por lo menos 20% para responder a las brechas de aprendizaje que se han desarrollado durante la pandemia.

¿Cómo te gustaría ver que tu distrito use el dinero? ¿Qué prioridades deben tener en cuenta los líderes de los distritos? Cuéntanos en esta encuesta.

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