Colorado report outlines pandemic impacts on students heading to college

Wednesday, July 13, 2022
Chalkbeat Colorado

The rate at which Colorado students are going to college right out of high school has dipped, and those who do go are less prepared. And participation in programs offering college experience in high school has remained stagnant. Those takeaways detailed in the state’s recent annual look at the state’s higher education progress offer a better view of trends influenced by the pandemic. The latest report, reflecting the high school class of 2020, serves as an annual pulse check on state higher education.

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