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Colorado

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Part of the Education Policy book series (EDPOLICY)

Abstract

The state of Colorado has the dual distinction of having some of the most educated residents in the country, while experiencing a “leaky education pipeline” that prevents students from moving from PreK-12 and through higher education. With ambitious goals laid out for increasing the graduation and degree attainment rates of Coloradans, a sweeping reform has engineered a new vision for education, one that sees developmental education as a vital component of its strategy. Yet, policy restrictions that impact higher education institutions and lack of financial support raise the question of whether Colorado’s goals can be achieved.

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High Education College Administrator Degree Attainment Developmental Education Institutional Administrator 
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© Tara L. Parker, Michelle Sterk Barrett, and Leticia Tomas Bustillos 2014

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