After Five-Week trial, Judge Rules Low Funding for Colorado’s Schools is Unconscionable

Congratulations to the School Finance Litigation Team. Last Friday, Denver District Court Judge Sheila Rappaport issued an order in the school finance litigation holding that Colorado’s system of financing K-12 education does not meet the “thorough and uniform” requirement of the Colorado Constitution. The case was a massive undertaking that involved a 5-week trial, 180 depositions and trial testimony from 80 witnesses. More than 20 lawyers from 10 different law firms participated in the case. Click here for a copy of the order.

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