Fulfilling the Colorado promise : a model to drive fundamental change in funding higher education in Colorado
Contributor(s)Colorado State University System
KeywordsEducation, Higher -- Colorado -- Finance
Higher education and state -- Colorado
Educational accountability -- Colorado
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The Colorado State University System proposes four action steps that will enable higher education to continue to advance the interests of the state and its citizens.
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