Fewer men are choosing college, reports Monte Whaley in the Denver Post.
In 2015, 61.2 percent of Colorado’s female high school graduates enrolled in college, compared to 51.8 percent of males, the state reports.
Adam Stark, who left college to pursue a music production career, poses outside a Denver night club where he DJs. Photo: John Leyba/Denver Post
Nationally, “women hold almost 60 percent of all bachelor degrees, and women now account for almost half of students in law, medical and business graduate programs,” writes Whaley.
John Maxwell, 24, dropped out of Littleton’s Arapahoe…
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