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Even With Improvements, Colorado Faces Costs When Kids Don’t Graduate

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Even With Improvements, Colorado Faces Costs When Kids Don’t Graduate

The outcomes are much more positive when students graduate, of course. Martinez cites a recent study by the nonprofit Alliance for Excellent Education which quantified the benefits to society when states boost the number of graduates. If Colorado had a 90 percent graduation rate (roughly 8,600 more students) that would translate into $101 million in increased annual earnings, along with more federal tax revenue and more jobs.
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