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that represent their positions. It’s become a common storyline in school board elections in Colorado and across the country: On one side,
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the shared vision of Dolores School District RE-4A. The Colorado Association of School Boards “Leadership Workbook” has been a helpful read!
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supported by the group won in 2015. Raising Colorado isn't the only big spender on school board races. Douglas Schools for Douglas Kids,
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final approval to new policies that were recommended by the Colorado Association of School Boards and were required by law, including ones