High-school juniors and seniors in Kansas can attend classes at the state's community and technical colleges at no cost, and school districts do not have to pay fees either. Lawmakers passed the provision in 2012, and already they are seeing a positive trend. In just one year, enrollment jumped from 3,870 students to 5,800.
Kan. law boosts participation in CTE
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