Major changes could be coming to Colorado schools.
State lawmakers are considering a plan today to over-haul the funding process.
The measure is due to be voted on by the senate education committee today.
The bill aims to repair Colorado's funding of public K-12 education.
There have been widespread complaints the education system is poorly funded and too susceptible to cuts when the economy sours.
Most of the changes rely on voters approving a higher tax this fall.
What that tax would be hasn't been decided, but analysts say it may be a higher income tax.