By Tom Wright May 14, 2021 Updated May 14, 2021 The latest report from the U.S. Census Bureau was revealing to New Mexico. We only grew 2.8 percent… Read More
New Mexico officials are reconsidering whether increasingly popular college-level classes taken by high school students warrant growing public subsidies. Students who pursue dual-credit coursework tend to have higher academic aptitudes that explain their superior college performance. The finding makes it unclear whether the early collegiate studies warrant annual state spending that has grown to $54 million.