A Denver judge now has 63 days to decide whether or not to stop the State Board of Education’s decision to reorganize the Adams County School District 14.
Adams 14 filed a lawsuit against the state after the Board of Education’s vote in May to.
The process to dissolve the district could take up to a year. Adams 14 wants the judge to halt the state’s order and to review whether or not it was legal. The state stands by its decision citing consistently low student performance and has asked the judge to throw out the case.
If the judge sides with Adams 14, the dissolution process will be temporarily halted while a judicial review is conducted.
The April decision by the Board of Education allowed Adams 14 to pursue…
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