The churches will host free college fairs with representatives from the state’s 16 community colleges on the 27th. The representatives will give out information on admission, academics and financial aid.
From Kentucky Public Radio’s Tony McVeigh The faculties at 15 of the 16 community and technical colleges in Kentucky have now voted no-confidence in the board of regents that oversees them. The faculty at Hazard Community and Technical College is the latest to join the protest, voting overwhelmingly for the no-confidence resolution. The teachers are… Continue reading More KCTCS Faculty Approve No-Confidence Resolutions
From Kentucky Public Radio’s Tony McVeigh The list of Kentucky community college faculties voting no-confidence in the board of regents that oversees them continues to grow. Faculties at 13 community colleges, from Henderson to the Big Sandy, have now voted no-confidence in the board of regents. The latest votes were taken in Ashland and Owensboro.… Continue reading More KCTCS Faculty Cast No-Confidence Votes
Dozens of faculty members in the Jefferson Community and Technical College system have voted in favor of a resolution of no confidence in response to a new statewide tenure policy. The resolution is aimed at the Kentucky Community and Technical College System’s Board of Regents and system president Michael McCall. Last month, regents approved a… Continue reading No Confidence Resolution Approved At JCTC
Faculty members in the Jefferson Community and Technical College system will vote on a no confidence resolution in response to a new tenure policy. The no-confidence vote, scheduled for Friday morning, is aimed at the Kentucky Community and Technical College System Board of Regents and KCTCS President Michael McCall. Last month, the board voted to… Continue reading JCTC Faculty To Consider No Confidence Resolution
The Board of Regents of the Kentucky Community and Technical College system voted Friday to eliminate tenure for new faculty members at the 16 schools in the system. The vote was 10 to 4. “What that means is that after July 1, if you are hired into the system, you will be hired on a… Continue reading KCTCS Approves New Faculty Hiring Policy
State budget shortfalls are forcing the system to trim four percent of its budget, on top of several years of cuts of more than thirty million dollars.