Perhaps it is the nature of election cycles, which usually focus on immediate needs. But it seems that taxpayer dollars are far more often apportioned to a “quick fix” campaign promise than applied to address a long-term sustainable investment.
But folks in Denver are counting on the success of the Denver Scholarship Foundation as a reason to buck that trend. For, if not, the organization may have to make a tough choice to reduce the number of students it serves or cut the level of support per student. Continue reading