Bill to allow 4-year degrees at community colleges gets nixed in Colo.

04/9/2013 | Denver Post, The

Colorado's House Education Committee on Monday killed a bill that would have allowed community colleges to offer some four-year degrees. The bill had been opposed by the University of Colorado, whose leaders argued for more collaboration between community colleges and four-year institutions. "It's important to determine needs and develop ways to meet them. It would be prudent to have in-depth discussions about this," University of Colorado spokesman Ken McConnellogue said.

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