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(LT. TO RT.) Sheridan High School student David Cosme (CQ), 20, Sheridan High School Counselor Marsha Caldwell (CQ), Colorado State Representative Fran Coleman (CQ) (D-HD1), and fellow schoolmate David Andrade (CQ), 20, met in front of the house designed and built by the boys and fellow Twenty-first Century Program and Arapaho Douglas Career and Technical School (ACTS) programs in Denver March 15, 2005. Twenty-first Century Program and Arapaho Douglas Career and Technical School (ACTS) programs offers college credit courses which are honored by all Colorado colleges and Universities. The House Education Committee passed a bill this week sponsored by Coleman, that provides Colorado students the choice to double up on their education and study college level courses at the same time. HB 1358 amends the Post Secondary Enrollment Options (PSEO) program and allows high school students to take college classes at community college and other two-year granting institutions of higher education or vocational education classes at an area vocational school. HB 1358 passed on a vote of 8 to 4 and is now heading to the House Appropriations Committee. (MARIA J. AVILA/ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS) (ACCENT ON FIRST A IN AVILA) David Cosme (CQ), Marsha Caldwell (CQ), Fran Coleman (CQ), David Andrade (CQ) LEG+38212_1_MJA

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