Colorado has been able to boast having one of the most highly educated workforce in the country but the truth is, those educators workers have moved here from other states.
Our own fastest-growing populations are not being educated at a rate that will ensure for good jobs, and upwards progression for future generations. This has come up in many of the conversations we have on Connect and Collaborate, about workforce development and challenges in education.
Today we'll have an in-depth discussion on the challenges, opportunities and possible solutions to the Hispanic Higher Education Attainment Gap. Our guest is Chancellor Emeritus and Senior Fellow, Michael Martin, of Colorado State University.
We will discuss other states with similar challenges and how they've made a difference - and how Colorado can make progress on closing the attainment gap, by addressing a series of other gaps in the education system.
Join us for a fascinating discussion, today on Connect & Collaborate, LIVE at 4:00PM on Denver's Money Talk 1690 AM.