The Colorado Commission on Higher Education recently released Colorado Competes: A Completion Agenda for Higher Education, a master plan for higher education that addresses retention, success, educational services, and on-time degree attainment. “The primary goal established by this Master Plan,” the report states, “is to increase the number of Coloradans ages 25-34 who hold postsecondary credentials…to 66 percent by 2025.” (Currently, the number is 46 percent). The report, mandated by SB10-003, is the second Master Plan produced by the Commission in response to the Senate Bill — Colorado Competes follows The Degree Dividend from 2010. Together, these documents highlight the state’s higher education goals and their importance to Colorado’s future.
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