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Gov. Bill Ritter says his administration is working on a master plan to change the face of education in Colorado and that he'll present his proposals to lawmakers in two years, reports the Associated Press.
Ritter says too much money is being wasted without substantial improvement in education. He told the Lumina Foundation's "Making Opportunities Affordable" luncheon on Thursday he was disturbed by statistics suggesting that 37 percent of people aged 50-65 have college educations but that 35 percent of those aged 22-35 have college degrees...
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