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Colorado schools are set to get nearly $1.2 billion in federal stimulus funding. How should your district spend its share?

A masked teacher and students use every other desk in a classroom as a COVID precaution.
Schools have made major changes to continue education in a pandemic.
AAron Ontiveroz/The Denver Post

Colorado schools are set to receive nearly $1.2 billion in federal stimulus through the American Rescue Plan, and most of that will go directly to districts.

Superintendents and school boards will have a lot of flexibility to determine where to direct the money, though the federal government has said they must use at least 20% to address learning gaps that have developed during the pandemic.

How would you like to see your district spend the money? What priorities should superintendents and school boards keep in mind? Tell us in the survey below.

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