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There are two precious sets of resources that account for our national wealth: natural and human-made. The natural include precious metals, like gold and silver; energy from oil, sun, wind and water; and rich soil for agriculture. The human-made set includes entertainment, communication, hardware/software, knowledge, ideas and patents. If we are concerned about getting our… Continue Reading Higher education is one of our precious resources

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UC tuitions on way up

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In-state undergraduate students at the University of Colorado will pay 7 percent to 9 percent more in tuition at the Boulder, Colorado Springs and Denver campuses starting this fall. The Board of Regents approved the increases Monday on an 8-1 vote. Out-of-state undergraduates will pay 2 percent to 5 percent more. CU system officials say… Continue Reading UC tuitions on way up

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A measure that could set aside revenue for education could make November’s ballot. A group of Colorado education nonprofits is asking for the legislature to refer a measure to the ballot that could increase state revenue specifically to pay for preschool, K-12 and higher education. The measure, which could be introduced as early as tomorrow,… Continue Reading Ballot measure could fund higher ed

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Officials at the National Federation of Independent Business are not happy. Their ire was raised today when the Colorado Senate voted 18-to-15, to support Senate Bills 283 and 271 which allow the state to reallocate Workmen’s Compensation reserves held by Pinnacol Assurance in order to provide $300 million in funding for higher education and another… Continue Reading Small businesses at odds with Senate over Pinnacol vote

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