Aspen School Board

  A community debate has begun in Aspen about the appropriateness of allowing naming rights for donors who help pay for school buildings and programs. Joining News Director Carolyn Sackariason in the studio to discuss that are Madeleine Osberger, contributing editor of the Aspen Daily News, Aspen Times columnist Roger Marolt, Aspen Daily News columnist Wendle Whiting and by phone, Glenwood Post Independent editor Randy Essex.

You can hear more of the conversation this afternoon at 3:30 right here on Aspen Public Radio, or log onto aspenpublicradio dot org.

 

Elise Thatcher

Students in the Roaring Fork Valley can take a test this April that’s called the ACT.

Colorado’s Department of Education confirmed that on Monday, after weeks of confusion.

Mary Houchin

Five people are vying for two open seats on the Aspen School District’s Board of Education. Issues being discussed this campaign season include district funding, teacher housing and school culture. All of the candidates support ballot question 3A, which seeks school funding through property taxes.

Marci Krivonen

Five people are vying for two open seats on the Aspen School District’s Board of Education. Issues being discussed this campaign season include district funding, teacher housing and school culture. All of the candidates support ballot question 3A, which seeks school funding through property taxes.

Marci Krivonen

Five people are vying for two open seats on the Aspen School District’s Board of Education. Issues being discussed this campaign season include district funding and school culture. All of the candidates support ballot question 3A, which seeks school funding through property taxes.

Mountain Edition - October 22nd, 2015

Oct 22, 2015

Aspen Public Radio's weekly newsmagazine

Dusty Diaz, campaign manager for Yes on 3A and Aspen School District Board Member Sheila Wills on the proposed mill levy override on this year's ballot.

Aspen School Board Takes Neutral Stance on Amendment 66

Sep 24, 2013
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The Aspen School Board yesterday, decided against taking a formal stance on Amendment 66. It's a school finance reform measure voters will see on the November ballot.