College Enrollment Up In Kentucky

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Updated: 5/07/2012 11:52 pm
In Kentucky, more people are going beyond high school to get an education.

New numbers show that more than 300-thousand Kentuckians were involved in some kind of post-secondary education in the fall of 2011. That's one in 11 Kentuckians, 16 years old or older. The report is from the Council on Post-Secondary Education. The council says that's up from 267-thousand in the fall of 2010.

The numbers now include students enrolled in out-of-state institutions that operate in Kentucky, and on-line schools that offer bachelor's degrees.
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TLEizen79 - 5/8/2012 3:00 PM
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Wonderful news! Hopefully college access programs like TRiO and Kentucky College Coaches, AmeriCorps are helping to contribute to more increases in College Enrollment!!!!
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