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For Kentucky to achieve these goals, the issues that threaten its competitiveness must be confronted. TWO OVERARCHING GOALS FOR 2020 IN KENTUCKY POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION REFORM ACT (HB1) 1997. A highly skilled workforce with the education and training necessary for the

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For Kentucky to achieve these goals, the issues that threaten its competitiveness must be confronted.

TWO OVERARCHING GOALS FOR 2020 IN

KENTUCKY POSTSECONDARY

EDUCATION REFORM ACT (HB1) 1997

A highly skilled workforce with the

education and training necessary for the

state’s businesses and industries to

successfully compete in the global economy

Provide every citizen with prosperity

and standard of living that

exceeds the national average

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Confronting Threats to Kentucky Competitiveness

Underprepared Students

Too many students enter college underprepared in English, math, and reading.

55%

attend KCTCS

Insert Table 1 here

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Confronting Threats to Kentucky Competitiveness

Low Educational Attainment

Kentucky ranks 48th in adults with 4-year degree;

44th in high school graduates.

Insert Table 2 here

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Confronting Threats to Kentucky Competitiveness

Skills Gap

Kentucky employers report a serious shortage of qualified, non-technically, technically skilled, and supervisory employees

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Confronting Threats to Kentucky Competitiveness

Jobs Requiring 4-year degree or more

Demand for “Middle Skills Jobs”

The majority of jobs in Kentucky over the next decade will require more than a high school diploma but less than a baccalaureate degree.

Middle Skills Jobs

Jobs Requiring high school diploma

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Confronting Threats to Kentucky Competitiveness

Aging Workforce

By 2025, Kentucky’s younger workers will decline by 8%.

Kentuckians 65 years and older will increase by 64%.

Insert Table 3

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KCTCS is Kentucky’s Largest

Postsecondary Educational Institution

48%

of all public postsecondary undergraduates are enrolled in KCTCS

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KCTCS Funding Picture

KCTCS is the only public institution receiving

less state appropriation per Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) student than it did in 1998-99

Source: CPE

Source: CPE

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KCTCS Funding Picture

Insert Table 6

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BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY

Educated and Trained Workforce

Global Competitiveness

KENTUCKY CITIZENS

Standard of Living Above National Average

Lifelong Learning

KCTCS MISSION AND MANDATES IN HB1

WORKFORCE

EDUCATION

TRANSFER

EDUCATION

COLLEGE & WORKFORCE READINESS

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HB1 MANDATES TO KCTCS

Increase the technical skills and professional expertise of Kentucky workers through associate and technical degrees, diploma, and certificate programs

Develop a pool of educated citizens to support the expansion of existing business and industry and the recruitment of new business and industry

Enhance the flexibility and adaptability of Kentucky workers in an ever-changing and global economy through continuing education and customized training for business and industry

WORKFORCE

EDUCATION

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HB1 MANDATES TO KCTCS

Increase the access for students to complete the pre-baccalaureate associate degree in arts or associate degree in science for ease of transfer to four (4) year institutions;

Facilitate transfers of credit between certificate, diploma, technical, and associate degree programs

TRANSFER

EDUCATION

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HB1 MANDATES TO KCTCS

Increase the basic academic and literacy skills of adults through

adult basic education and remedial education services

Enhance the relationship of credentials between secondary and postsecondary programs which permit secondary students to enter programs through early admission, advanced placement,

or dual enrollment

COLLEGE & WORKFORCE READINESS

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WORKFORCE

EDUCATION

TRANSFER

EDUCATION

COLLEGE AND WORKFORCE READINESS

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THE KENTUCKY PICTURE:

Jobs Requiring Education and Training at the Associate Degree or Below between 2004-2014

WORKFORCE

EDUCATION

83%

(1.8 Million jobs)

in Kentucky between now and 2014 will require an Associate Degree, postsecondary vocational training, work experience and/or on-the-job training.

TRANSFER

EDUCATION

COLLEGE AND WORKFORCE READINESS

Source: Kentucky Department of Workforce Investment

Job Outlook to 2014

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MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ADVANCED MANUFACTURING

KCTCS will develop programs for new jobs being created in

FIVE STRATEGIC SECTORS OF POTENTIAL JOB GROWTH

Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development

Department for Commercialization and Innovation

WORKFORCE

EDUCATION

TRANSFER

EDUCATION

HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

BIOSCIENCES

COLLEGE AND WORKFORCE READINESS

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND COMMUNICATIONS

ENVIRONMENTAL AND ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES

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INCREASING KENTUCKY’S PER CAPITA INCOME

WORKFORCE

EDUCATION

  • KCTCS educates workers for good paying jobs that contribute to the per capita income goals of Kentucky
    • 14 occupations earn above the national wage average
    • 24 occupations earn above the Kentucky wage average

TRANSFER

EDUCATION

COLLEGE AND WORKFORCE READINESS

See Table 8, Page 13

Source: Kentucky Department of Workforce Investment

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INCREASING KENTUCKY’S PER CAPITA INCOME

KCTCS Associate Degree Leads to:

$245,000 lifetime increase in earnings compared with only a high school diploma

Men – 31% increase

Women – 66% increase

KCTCS Economic Impact Study:

Individual, Regional and State Economic Impacts of Kentucky Community and Technical Colleges, 2006

Economists - Dr. Ken Troske, University of Kentucky & Dr. Paul Coomes, University of Louisville

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INCREASING KENTUCKY’S PER CAPITA INCOME

KCTCS Graduates Stay and Work in Kentucky

Certificate/Diploma Graduates

93%

Associate Degree Graduates

96%

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WORKFORCE

EDUCATION

WORKFORCE ISSUES

Based on

CEO Dialogue Sessions

December 2006- May 2007

TRANSFER

EDUCATION

COLLEGE AND WORKFORCE READINESS

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CEO Dialogue Sessions

    • WORKFORCE CHALLENGES
  • In the next three years, a limited availability of qualified:
    • technically-skilled employees
    • non-technically skilled employees
    • supervisory-level employees

WORKFORCE

EDUCATION

TRANSFER

EDUCATION

COLLEGE AND WORKFORCE READINESS

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CEO Dialogue Sessions

  • MOST SEVERE EMPLOYEE SHORTAGES
    • Nursing
    • Medical technical professions
    • [PT, OT, ST, Pharmacist, Hygienist]
    • Teachers/educators
    • Skilled trades-electrical, HVAC, etc.
    • Information Technology

WORKFORCE

EDUCATION

TRANSFER

EDUCATION

COLLEGE AND WORKFORCE READINESS

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Strategic Initiative #1

KCTCS will focus on the expansion of existing programs and the creation of new programs to meet the projected openings in high growth, high wage jobs identified by the Kentucky Department of Workforce Investment and the Cabinet for Economic Development.

WORKFORCE

EDUCATION

TRANSFER

EDUCATION

COLLEGE AND WORKFORCE READINESS

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KCTCS Strategic Workforce

Competitiveness Initiative

KCTCS will re-engineer its workforce education and training divisions to be more responsive to the needs of business and industry.

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12 –Year Total:

345,500

ANNUAL WORKFORCE

CREDIT ENROLLMENTS

OUTCOME: Strategic Initiative #1

WORKFORCE

EDUCATION

57,374

2020

TRANSFER

EDUCATION

43,687

COLLEGE AND WORKFORCE READINESS

2007

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WORKFORCE

EDUCATION

Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education (CPE)

  • CPE STEP#3:
  • INTERVENTION PLAN
        • Funnel more first-time students through KCTCS
      • STRATEGIES TO 2020
      • Improve general education credit transfer
      • Keep KCTCS tuition low
      • Increase the number of students transferring from KCTCS to four-year universities from 3,100 to 11,334

TRANSFER

EDUCATION

COLLEGE AND WORKFORCE READINESS

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Kentucky High School GraduatesProjections, 2005-2018

WORKFORCE

EDUCATION

TRANSFER EDUCATION

COLLEGE & WORKFORCE READINESS

Note: WICHE projections of public and private high school graduates.

Source: Higheredinfo.org

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To “Double the Numbers” will require KCTCS to transfer more than

the number of students

it does today

WORKFORCE

EDUCATION

TRANSFER

EDUCATION

COLLEGE AND WORKFORCE READINESS

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KENTUCKY MUST OVERHAUL ITS TRANSFER SYSTEM

WORKFORCE

EDUCATION

Research indicates the difference between high-performing baccalaureate degree producing states and low-performing states is the design of comprehensive state policies that support transfer from

two-to-four year institutions.

TRANSFER

EDUCATION

COLLEGE AND WORKFORCE READINESS

Jane Wellman, State Policy and Community College-Baccalaureate Transfer,

National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education, 2002

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KEY ELEMENTS TO

  • SUCCESSFUL TRANSFER SYSTEM
  • Guaranteed admissions for KCTCS students who complete an Associate degree
  • Guaranteed General Education common core courses
  • Statewide common course numbering system
  • Consistent evaluation of transfer credit for all KCTCS courses

WORKFORCE

EDUCATION

TRANSFER

EDUCATION

COLLEGE AND WORKFORCE READINESS

Continued…

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KEY ELEMENTS TO SUCCESSFUL TRANSFER SYSTEM,

  • Continued…
  • Junior status at 4 year institutions for KCTCS associate degree
  • Consistency in KCTCS credits applied toward four-year degrees
  • Transfer Student Bill of Rights or Dispute Resolution Mechanism
  • State need-based and merit-based financial aid programs for transfer students

WORKFORCE

EDUCATION

TRANSFER

EDUCATION

COLLEGE AND WORKFORCE READINESS

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STRATEGIC INITIATIVE #2

Eliminate barriers to KCTCS students transferring to Kentucky’s four-year colleges and universities in order to achieve 11,334* transfer students from a CPE headcount enrollment goal of 115,800 KCTCS students in 2020.

WORKFORCE

EDUCATION

TRANSFER

EDUCATION

COLLEGE AND WORKFORCE READINESS

* CPE Definition = includes only KCTCS students who declare themselves as transfer students to Kentucky four-year institutions

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12 –Year Total:

351,700

TRANSFER STUDENTS

OUTCOME: Strategic Initiative #2

WORKFORCE

EDUCATION

11,334

2020

TRANSFER

EDUCATION

COLLEGE AND WORKFORCE READINESS

3,100

2007

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CORE RECOMMENDATIONS

  • Update college admissions regulations.
  • Create an integrated accountability system tied to performance funding [P-16].
  • Fund infrastructure improvement.
  • Align college readiness standards and link those standards to educator professional development.
  • Better link educator preparation to college readiness.
  • Develop early student interventions.

WORKFORCE

EDUCATION

TRANSFER EDUCATION

COLLEGE & WORKFORCE READINESS

  • KY Developmental Education Task Force 2007
      • Kentucky must reduce the number of underprepared students coming to college.
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LEAKAGE IN KENTUCKY’S

SECONDARY SCHOOLS

WORKFORCE

EDUCATION

For every 100 Kentucky 9th graders:

TRANSFER EDUCATION

  • 65graduate from high school
  • 37enter college
  • 24are still enrolled in sophomore year
  • 12graduate with a four-year degree in 6 years

COLLEGE & WORKFORCE READINESS

Source: Tom Mortenson, Public School Graduation and College-Going Rates of Students Directly from High School, 2004; NCES, IPEDS Fall 2004 Retention rates and 2004 Graduation Rate Survey; U.S. Census Bureau, 2005 American Community Survey (ACS)

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Cost of High School Dropouts

Each year nearly 17,200 students in Kentucky

do not graduate with their peers...

Dropouts from the class of 2006

cost Kentucky

more than $4.5 billion in lost wages, taxes, and

productivity over their lifetimes.

Alliance for Excellent Education

Washington DC June 2007

WORKFORCE

EDUCATION

TRANSFER EDUCATION

COLLEGE & WORKFORCE READINESS

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“Best Fit” for High School Seniors

Teachers and Guidance Counselors’ Perceptions of Graduating Students

KCTCS Market Research 2006

WORKFORCE

EDUCATION

No Postsecondary

Schooling

15%

63%

KCTCS needs to reach this group to achieve Kentucky’s 2020 goals

Four-year

College

37%

TRANSFER EDUCATION

Private

Business or

Trade School

16%

COLLEGE & WORKFORCE READINESS

Community or Technical College

32%

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KCTCS is the leading provider of dual/credit &

dual enrollment courses for high school students

WORKFORCE

EDUCATION

TRANSFER EDUCATION

COLLEGE & WORKFORCE READINESS

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STRATEGIC INITIATIVE #3A

KCTCS will implement early student

intervention strategies

in collaboration with school districts to better prepare high school students entering KCTCS.

WORKFORCE

EDUCATION

TRANSFER EDUCATION

COLLEGE & WORKFORCE READINESS

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DUAL CREDIT/DUAL ENROLLMENT

KCTCS will increase the percentage of high school dual credit/dual enrollment from

9 percent in 2006-07 to 15 percent by 2020, with a greater emphasis on general education courses.

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DUAL CREDIT/DUAL ENROLLMENT

OUTCOME:Strategic Initiative #3A

WORKFORCE

EDUCATION

30,500

2020

TRANSFER EDUCATION

14,500

COLLEGE & WORKFORCE READINESS

2007

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83% OF ENTERING KCTCS STUDENTS ARE UNDERPREPARED FOR COLLEGE

WORKFORCE

EDUCATION

TRANSFER EDUCATION

COLLEGE & WORKFORCE READINESS

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Due to limited resources and the high volume of students, KCTCS is only able to provide remediation to

76%

of KCTCS students demonstrating a need for remediation services.

FOR KENTUCKY TO HAVE A WELL EDUCATED AND TRAINED WORKFORCE, ALL STUDENTS WHO NEED REMEDIATION

SHOULD BE SERVED.

WORKFORCE

EDUCATION

TRANSFER EDUCATION

COLLEGE & WORKFORCE READINESS

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STRATEGIC INITIATIVE #3B

KCTCS will offer remediation services to all KCTCS students who enroll with a demonstrated need for remediation in order to successfully complete college-level courses.

WORKFORCE

EDUCATION

TRANSFER EDUCATION

COLLEGE & WORKFORCE READINESS

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12 –Year Total:

556,000

REMEDIATION SERVICES

OUTCOME:Strategic Initiative #3B

WORKFORCE

EDUCATION

93,566

2020

TRANSFER EDUCATION

16,500

COLLEGE & WORKFORCE READINESS

2007

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HB1 MANDATE TO KCTCS

WORKFORCE

EDUCATION

Increase the basic academic and literacy skills of adults through adult basic education and remedial education services.

TRANSFER EDUCATION

COLLEGE & WORKFORCE READINESS

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NO ADULT LEFT BEHIND

More adults must pursue postsecondary education to achieve the goals envisioned for Kentucky by 2020.

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WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT KENTUCKY’S ADULTS

WORKFORCE

EDUCATION

  • Kentucky’s adult population (ages 19-54) is about 2 million.
  • Of that 2 million, 1.34 million do not have a baccalaureate degree;
  • Of the 1.34 million without a baccalaureate degree only 14% are seriously considering further education.
  • Many older respondents did not believe they could afford or fit additional education or workforce training into already complicated lives.

TRANSFER EDUCATION

COLLEGE & WORKFORCE READINESS

Source: KCTCS Market Research 2006

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What We Know About Kentucky’s Adults, continued

WORKFORCE

EDUCATION

  • Finances was the major perceived barrier to pursuing postsecondary education.
  • Sixty-eight percent of employed adults feel they have no opportunity for advancement.
  • One-third (1/3) of the adults without a baccalaureate degree would consider further postsecondary education online.

TRANSFER EDUCATION

COLLEGE & WORKFORCE READINESS

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STRATEGIC INITIATIVE #3C

KCTCS will assume the

primary role in adult education and literacy programs and services by providing seamless pathways to postsecondary education.

WORKFORCE

EDUCATION

TRANSFER EDUCATION

COLLEGE & WORKFORCE READINESS

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OUTCOME:

KCTCS will increase enrollment in adult education and literacy programs from 4% of Kentucky’s adults without a high school diploma or GED to 10% .

slide57

ADULT EDUCATION AND LITERACY

OUTCOME: Strategic Initiative #3C

WORKFORCE

EDUCATION

51,000

2020

TRANSFER EDUCATION

32,000

COLLEGE & WORKFORCE READINESS

2007

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KCTCS FUNDING ALLOCATION MODEL

  • Based on a set of principles, developed by the KCTCS President’s Leadership Team, to ensure equity, adequacy, and help move KCTCS toward the goals set forth in HB1 and the Strategic Priorities of KCTCS.
  • Data drivers for the Public Funds Allocation Model include Semester Credit Hours (SCH), Student Full-Time Equivalent (FTE), and Headcount enrollment (HC), and square footage of space.
  • Support rates based on comparisons with KCTCS benchmark states.
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KCTCS FUNDING ALLOCATION MODEL

Calculates the funding need in the following fourteen areas:

  • Workforce and Transfer Instruction
  • Economic and Workforce Development,
  • Community Education, and Public Outreach
  • College and Workforce Readiness Education
  • Academic Administration Support
  • Academic Computing Support
  • Libraries
  • Student Services
  • Student Financial Aid
  • Operation and Maintenance (O&M) of Plant
  • Branch Campus Administrative Services
  • Institutional Support
  • Information Technology
  • Professional Development
  • System Level Support
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FUNDING ASSUMPTIONS

  • Funding for the following in 2008-2010 Biennium:
  • M&O for New Facilities
  • Post-retirement Health Insurance Program
  • State Fire Commission 
  • Kentucky Board of Emergency Services (KBEMS)
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FUNDING ASSUMPTIONS

  • Headcount enrollment of 115,800 by 2020 as established by CPE.
  • 11,334 annual transfers in 2020 as defined by CPE.
  • Annual operating expenses increase of 2.5% (parameter prescribed by CPE).
  • Annual salary increase of 3.0% (parameter prescribed by CPE).
  • Annual health insurance increase of 5.0%.
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FUNDING ASSUMPTIONS

CONTINUED…

  • Annual tuition increase of 5.0%.
  • Increase of 4.4% in space needs to serve additional students
  • Additional annual $2.0 million in approximate cost savings from efficiencies
  • Additional $16 million each biennium generated in other funds.
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INVESTING IN A COMPETITIVE COMMONWEALTH

To achieve the 2020 goals envisioned in HB1 (1997)

To accomplish the outcomes targeted 5 strategic initiatives outlined by KCTCS

To hold KCTCS tuition increases to 5% annually

Will require an annual increase of $32 million in state general fund appropriation each year between 2008 and 2020.

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Return on State’s Investment

  • 115,800 KCTCS students enrolled in 2020
  • 114,000 students transferred to 4-year schools over the 12-year period
  • 4,100 full and part-time faculty added
  • 2.2 million semester credit hours produced in 2020

Continued…

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Return on State’s Investment

  • 345,500 students received workforce training over the 12-year period
  • 15% of high school students in dual credit/dual enrollment programs in 2020
  • 556,000 students received remediation services over the 12-year period
  • 10% of Kentucky adults without high school credential are enrolled in 2020
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TWO OVERARCHING GOALS FOR 2020 IN

KENTUCKY POSTSECONDARY

EDUCATION REFORM ACT (HB1) 1997

A highly skilled workforce with the

education and training necessary for the

state’s businesses and industries to

successfully compete in the global economy.

Provide every citizen with prosperity

and standard of living that

exceeds the national average.

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KCTCS Legislative Agenda 2008-10

Funding 2008-10 Biennial Operating and Capital Budget Request

Amend KRS 164.600 - Boards of Directors Terms – 4 Colleges

Amend KRS 164.580 - Attachment of East Kentucky Science Center

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KCTCS Operating and Capital Budget Request

and College Scenario

and

Comparison to CPE Recommendations

(See folder inserts)