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State could add $8 million for tech education



Kansas community colleges and technical schools could receive an additional $8 million next year, all for technical education, Barton Community College Dean of Administration Mark Dean told the BCC Board of Trustees on Monday, at the monthly study session.

That is just a fraction of the $67.5 million in new money it would take to fully fund technical education based on a new funding model the Legislature will consider this year. And it adds zero dollars in new money for general education courses, even though fully funding the new model would cost an additional $24 million in that area ...

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