Colorado Divide: Seismic shifts create rural-urban chasm in the culture, economy and politics of the state

Whether you’re in a rural community or the Denver metro area, “Child care programs cannot really charge what it truly costs to provide high quality care, because nobody would be able to afford it. On the other hand, families can’t pay any more than they already are. That’s particularly true in some of our rural areas, where families are earning less.” Read the full article from The Denver Post.