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A '''Douglas County School Levy Override''' measure will be on the [[November 1, 2011 ballot measures in Colorado|November 1, 2011]] ballot in [[Douglas County, Colorado ballot measures|Douglas County]].
  
 
This measure seeks to issue a levy override for the county schools in order to help pay for performance of teachers at the schools. The levy override would be at a cost of $29 million a year. The purpose of the levy would be to pay those teachers who have higher performance rates in the hopes to encourage excellent teachings in the schools. At a recently held public meeting, residents commented that they would not support such a measure if school vouchers were still in place and most of the money still went to private schools.<ref>[http://www.ourcoloradonews.com/castlerock/news/douglas-county-board-of-education-approves-putting-tax-initiatives-on/article_77cd9b34-d67e-5de2-b71c-179568066ecd.html ''Castle Rock news Press'', "Douglas County Board of Education approves putting tax initiatives on ballot," August 31, 2011]</ref>
 
This measure seeks to issue a levy override for the county schools in order to help pay for performance of teachers at the schools. The levy override would be at a cost of $29 million a year. The purpose of the levy would be to pay those teachers who have higher performance rates in the hopes to encourage excellent teachings in the schools. At a recently held public meeting, residents commented that they would not support such a measure if school vouchers were still in place and most of the money still went to private schools.<ref>[http://www.ourcoloradonews.com/castlerock/news/douglas-county-board-of-education-approves-putting-tax-initiatives-on/article_77cd9b34-d67e-5de2-b71c-179568066ecd.html ''Castle Rock news Press'', "Douglas County Board of Education approves putting tax initiatives on ballot," August 31, 2011]</ref>

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A Douglas County School Levy Override measure will be on the November 1, 2011 ballot in Douglas County.

This measure seeks to issue a levy override for the county schools in order to help pay for performance of teachers at the schools. The levy override would be at a cost of $29 million a year. The purpose of the levy would be to pay those teachers who have higher performance rates in the hopes to encourage excellent teachings in the schools. At a recently held public meeting, residents commented that they would not support such a measure if school vouchers were still in place and most of the money still went to private schools.[1]

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