January 28, 2000
Study Faults Colorado Colleges Over Undergraduate Instruction
Colorado's public colleges should reduce gender gaps in the salaries they pay faculty and staff members, focus more resources on developing unique degree programs not duplicated at peer institutions in the state, and pool resources to create distance-learning courses, according to a new state higher-education report.
Officials at the Colorado Commission on Higher Education, the coordinating board for the state's institutions, presented a 660-page document last
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