The state supreme court has turned aside a constitutional attack on Colorado's public school financing system.
In a 4-2 decision announced Tuesday, the court held that the method established by the School Finance Act is "thorough and uniform," as required by article IX of the state constitution, and that appropriate local control is guaranteed.
Justice Nancy Rice wrote the majority opinion, which was joined by justices Brian Boatwright, Nathan Coats, and Allison Eid.
Chief Justice Michael Bender and Justice Gregory Hobbs dissented.
Education News Colorado has a thorough report on the decision in State v. Lobato.