A school district in Colorado’s high country is asking voters to pay more in Tuesday’s election so every student can have an iPad.
Colorado voters were deciding on a major change to how public schools are funded Tuesday. A ballot measure asked voters to hike income taxes by about $1 billion a year in exchange for a raft of education upgrades.
A proposed Colorado ballot measure to ask voters to hike income taxes to pay for school upgrades remained in doubt Friday. State elections officials said they’d need more time to review petitions to put the tax hike on ballots.