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Long advocacy for rural school districts is gaining momentum and it has taken a village to to get these efforts to where they are today. Rural stories are just one aspect that has helped our legislators, and larger districts, gain a better understanding of our rural school districts - their concerns and successes. But there's much more. Find out what long advocacy is and how pinto beans created a bond betweeen rural and urban students!


Interview with: Michelle Murphy, Executive Director for the Colorado Rural School Alliance; Bret Miles, Executive Director for the Northeast Colorado BOCES; Matt Cook, CASB Director of Public Policy and Advocacy

Host: Leslie Bogar, CASB Director of Professional Learning

Music: El Tajo by Cholate

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