Durango educators make plea for kindergarten funding

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Durango educators make plea for kindergarten funding

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Micki Rhodes, retired Durango School District 9-R teacher, testifies remotely from Fort Lewis College to a panel of the Colorado General Assembly in Denver. Rhodes offers support for Senate Bill 23, which would gradually increase state funding for full-day kindergarten.
Dan Snowberger, right, superintendent of Durango School District 9-R, testifies remotely from Fort Lewis College to a panel of the Colorado General Assembly in Denver. Snowberger backs Senate Bill 23, which would gradually increase state funding to pay for full-day kindergarten.

Durango educators make plea for kindergarten funding

Micki Rhodes, retired Durango School District 9-R teacher, testifies remotely from Fort Lewis College to a panel of the Colorado General Assembly in Denver. Rhodes offers support for Senate Bill 23, which would gradually increase state funding for full-day kindergarten.
Dan Snowberger, right, superintendent of Durango School District 9-R, testifies remotely from Fort Lewis College to a panel of the Colorado General Assembly in Denver. Snowberger backs Senate Bill 23, which would gradually increase state funding to pay for full-day kindergarten.
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