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BCC president will advise legislators on higher ed funding formula

 

 

Barton Community College President Dr. Carl Heilman will join three other community college presidents in advising legislators on the state’s next funding model for higher education.

Heilman said the state is looking at "re-centering" the funding formula for higher education based on real costs. "Community colleges have accepted the model knowing it could be risky after re-centering," Heilman told the college’s board of trustees at last week’s board study session. But if it means making sure "colleges are being funding on the same units of service," Heilman said, "I think it’s a positive development."

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