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Kansas may consider more tuition-free courses

Five classes proposed for free tuition

The Kansas Legislature is looking at a plan for colleges and high schools to provide concurrent credit in five classes with no tuition charge to the students.
Five three-hour courses are being identified for this proposed program: English Composition I, English Composition II, Public Speaking, Psychology and College Algebra, said Barton Community College Director of Public Relations Brandon Steinert. The draft recommendation being considered by the Kansas Board of Regents and Council of Presidents calls for colleges to be reimbursed by the school districts at a rate of $172 per credit hour.
“This is all still preliminary, but that’s ...

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