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Colorado’s 2021 high school graduates were even less likely to go to college than those who graduated in the depths of pandemic shutdowns.
That’s according to the most recent data released by the Colorado Department of Higher Education on college-growing trends in the state.
College-going rates, however, dropped by less than a percentage point from 2020, a sign rates somewhat stabilized after a sharp dip from 2019 — when the start of the pandemic caused a 5 percentage-point drop in high school seniors going to college.
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Jason Gonzales, Chalkbeat Colorado
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