From Frankfort

Postsecondary education president hopeful that state colleges and universities can save some programs

01/18/2018 03:55 PM

FRANKFORT – Postsecondary education officials are hopeful that a number of education programs which Gov. Matt Bevin had suggested not be funded for the next biennium will have a chance to stay in place as a result of discussions with the General Assembly. Twenty-four of the seventy programs cut were part of postsecondary education including lung cancer research grants, Kentucky Center for Mathematics at NKU, Robinson Scholars at the University of Kentucky, plus 21 others. Robert King, President, Council on Postsecondary Education,... Read more 


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