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Final project  Community Colleges in KY EDLD 8434
Final project  Community Colleges in KY EDLD 8434
Final project  Community Colleges in KY EDLD 8434
Final project  Community Colleges in KY EDLD 8434
Final project  Community Colleges in KY EDLD 8434
Final project  Community Colleges in KY EDLD 8434
Final project  Community Colleges in KY EDLD 8434
Final project  Community Colleges in KY EDLD 8434
Final project  Community Colleges in KY EDLD 8434
Final project  Community Colleges in KY EDLD 8434
Final project  Community Colleges in KY EDLD 8434
Final project  Community Colleges in KY EDLD 8434
Final project  Community Colleges in KY EDLD 8434
Final project  Community Colleges in KY EDLD 8434
Final project  Community Colleges in KY EDLD 8434
Final project  Community Colleges in KY EDLD 8434
Final project  Community Colleges in KY EDLD 8434
Final project  Community Colleges in KY EDLD 8434
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  • The KCTCS was established by the HB1 law passed by the Kentucky legislature in 1997. The KCTCS is the largest higher education institution in the state, educating over 50 percent of all undergraduates.
  • http://www.kctcs.edu/Workforce_Solutions.aspx
  • http://www.kctcs.edu/Workforce_Solutions.aspx
  • In 1997, the Kentucky General Assembly passed House Bill 1 (HB1) . HB1 completely revamped the higher education system in Kentucky. The law set out a plan that mandated that The University of Kentucky become a top 20 research university by the year 2020. The bill also created the Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) Until this time, many of the Community Colleges were a part of the University of Kentucky”s Community College System and many of the technical colleges were operated by the Workforce Cabinet.
  • http://www.kctcs.edu/About_KCTCS/KCTCS_Factbook/2011-12_Fact_Book.aspx
  • Technical and Community Colleges serve a large number of non-traditional students. Non-traditional students include adult learners, veterans, 1st generation students, and low-income students. Many community college students are minority students or work full time or are single parents.The course flexibility, the close proximity to a campus, and the affordability all help to make Community Colleges a plausible option for many Americans. http://kheaavid.com/
  • http://www.kctcs.edu/About_KCTCS/KCTCS_Factbook/2011-12_Fact_Book.aspx
  • http://www.kctcs.edu/About_KCTCS/KCTCS_Factbook/2011-12_Fact_Book.aspx
  • Over the past 10 years, Kentucky has improved faster than any other state on higher education issues according to the National Center for Higher Education ManagementRetrieved from Kentucky.gov on 5/1/12http://cpe.ky.gov/news/mediaroom/releases/nr_090711.htm
  • “For the first time in history, there is a growing national recognition of the vital role that community colleges play in America’s higher education system by preparing people for some of the most highly-skilled and high demand occupations in the 21st century. America aspires to once again have the highest proportion of college graduates in the world, and community colleges are being challenged to produce an additional 5 million graduates by the year 2020. The role that Kentucky’s community and technical colleges will play in achieving this national goal is both exciting and challenging.” Dr. McCall, 2010-2016 KCTCS Business Plan for Transformationhttp://www.kctcs.edu/transformation.aspx
  • Kentucky technical schools helped to maintain a high level of skilled workers and industries in the state of Kentucky. The industry created by the partnerships and initiatives between the state and private corporations helps to support a strong economy. http://www.kctcs.edu/System_Initiatives.aspx
  • http://www.kctcs.edu/Workforce_Solutions.aspx
  • Retrieved from the report: Realizing Kentucky’s Educational Attainment Goal: A Look in the Rear View Mirror and Down the Road Aheadhttp://cpe.ky.gov/news/mediaroom/releases/nr_090711.htm
  • Realizing Kentucky’s Educational Attainment Goal: A Look in the Rear View Mirror and Down the Road Ahead www.cpe.ky.gov/planning/NCHEMSreport.com
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    • 1. Community Colleges in Kentucky Kaylyn Moran EDLD 8434 Spring 2012
    • 2. The Kentucky Community and Technical College System has 16 colleges located on 68 campuses across the state and offers more than 600 certificates, diploma, and associate degree programs
    • 3. KCTCS Member Schools • • • • • Ashland Community & Technical College Big Sandy Community & Technical College Bluegrass Community & Technical College Bowling Green Technical College Elizabethtown Community and Technical College • Gateway Community & Technical College • Hazard Community &Technical College
    • 4. KCTCS Member Schools • • • • • • • • • Henderson Community College Hopkinsville Community College Jefferson Community & Technical College Madisonville Community College Maysville Community and Technical College Owensboro Community & Technical College Somerset Community College Southeast Kentucky Community & Tech College West Kentucky Community & Technical College
    • 5. Background • 1997 Kentucky Legislature passes House Bill 1 (HB1) and completely revamps higher education system • 2011 Kentucky recognized by National Center for Higher Education Management for improvement in educational access for Kentucky residents
    • 6. Students Am. Indian or Alaskan Native Asian or Pacific Islander Black, Non-Hispanic Hispanic Native Hawaiian Two or More Races White, Non-Hispanic Non-Resident Alien Unknown Total 336 0.3% 853 10,042 2,488 137 1,355 89,534 121 3,436 0.8% 9.3% 2.3% 0.1% 1.3% 82.7% 0.1% 3.2% 108,302
    • 7. Non-traditional Students • • • • Adult Learners Veterans 1st generation College Students Low-income
    • 8. Students Total: 108, 302 students 55.3% female, 44.5% male 39.3% full-time, 60.7% part-time
    • 9. Faculty Full-time Faculty N % Professor 615 31.2% Associate Professor 626 31.8% Assistant Professor 268 13.6% Instructor 462 23.4% Total 1,971
    • 10. KCTCS Faculty Diversity Full-Time Staff Number Percentage 6 0.2% 11 0.4% 263 10.6% 17 0.7% 2 0.1% 2,149 86.9% Non-Resident Alien 0 0.0% Two or More Races 17 0.7% 9 0.36% Am. Indian/Alask Native Asian/Pacific Islander Black, Non-Hispanic Hispanic Native Hawaiian White, Non-Hispanic Unknown Total 2,474
    • 11. Governance and Administration Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education
    • 12. Kentucky Community and Technical College System • KCTCS • President, Michael McCall • Oversees all Community and Technical schools • Largest higher education institution in the state
    • 13. Vocational Education • Kentucky’s Technical schools provide training for students in a wide array of courses – Adult Agricultural Education – Kentucky Coal Academy – North American Racing Academy
    • 14. Finance Tuition In-State: $130 per credit hr Out-of-state: $445
    • 15. Community Education Kentucky Community Colleges offer many different community education courses to help improve the lives of Kentucky’s citizens. The format of community education could range from a 1-hour class each week, to a one week intensive in the summer, to a one day seminar.
    • 16. Community Education cont. Who is community education for? - Senior citizens - adults interested in learning a new skill - high school students
    • 17. Community Education cont. Courses Available: Auto Maintenance Drivers Education Cake Decorating Photography Intro to Computers Landscaping
    • 18. Collegiate Education “Since 2000, Kentucky’s college attainment rate for associate degrees and higher among adults 25- 64 has improved by six percentage points (30.5%) This was the largest percentage change of any state in the nation.”
    • 19. Kentucky Higher Education System Growing Strong! • According to a report released by the National Center for Higher Education Management, Kentucky ranked higher than any other state on the following metrics: • Rate of improvement in the percent of working adults with college degrees • 6 year graduation rates at 4 year institutions • Number of undergraduate credentials awarded to the population with no college degree

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