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Making College More Affordable for Working Families: A Critical Investment in New Mexico
It’s not a coincidence that New Mexico’s lower rate of college-educated adults correlates with its higher rate of low-wage jobs—education and money are inexorably linked. Without supports, attaining a college education is out-of-reach for most low-income students. By creating a higher-paid workforce, making college more affordable for working families would benefit the state as a whole. A Working Poor Families Project report.
Download the report (12 pages; pdf)
New! KIDS COUNT County-Level Fact Sheets
Find out how many children are being served by early childhood programs in each county, how each county does on the 16 KIDS COUNT indicators of child well-being, and more.
Link to the fact sheets (pdf)