José Garcia (left) a cabinet secretary from the New Mexico Department of Higher Education, along with Lt. Gov. Joe Garcia (right) sign the New Mexico –Colorado Tuition Reciprocity Agreement.
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Up to 500 Coloradans can now attend New Mexico universities and pay in-state tuition. That’s thanks to a reciprocity agreement signed by Lt. Gov. Joe Garcia today on the Colorado State University campus in Fort Collins.
Lieutenant Governor Joe Garcia spent the day in Greeley gathering feedback for an upcoming plan to improve early childhood literacy. Among the topics of discussion at a University of Northern Colorado event were possible partnerships between local K-12 schools and higher education.
Tribal Chairs of the Colorado Commission of Indian Affairs. Colorado Lt. Gov. Joe Garcia and new Indian Affairs Head Earnest House Jr. (third and fourth from left) listen to Tribal Chair Gary Hayes of the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe.
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The appointment of a new head of the Colorado Commission of Indian Affairs was ratified Monday morning at the first meeting of the commission in the new year. The approval of the appointment brings an end to earlier controversy.