Gov. Mead Joins Alliance with Goals of Helping More Finish College

Gov. Matt Mead announced today he joined the Complete College America Alliance of States with goals of increasing the number of students who successfully complete college.
Gov. Matt Mead announced today he joined the Complete College America Alliance of States with goals of increasing the number of students who successfully complete college.

Governor Matt Mead announced that he's joined the Complete America Alliance of States, with goals of significantly increasing the number of students who successfully finish college. Governor Mead has assembled a team with members from the Cowboy State's community colleges, the University of Wyoming, government sectors and employers to help flesh out the plan.

In a media release, the governor said Wyoming can do better at preparing students for college. If more students successfully complete college, he said it means a brighter future for Wyomingites - and a better prepared workforce.

Each year, Mead and his team will set new goals and provide progress reports on how the goals are being met.

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