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					Plan for a Competitive Commonwealth 2008-2020
 Plan for a Competitive Commonwealth 2008-2020

TWO OVERARCHING GOALS FOR 2020 IN
    KENTUCKY POSTSECONDARY
 EDUCATION REFORM ACT (HB1) 1997
   For Kentucky to achieve
      A highly skilled workforce with the
 these goals, the issues that
   education and training necessary for the
     state’s businesses and industries to
 successfully its competitiveness
threaten compete in the global economy
      must be confronted.
     Provide every citizen with prosperity
         and standard of living that
        exceeds the national average
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Confronting Threats to Kentucky Competitiveness
Underprepared
Students                   Insert Table 1 here

Too many students enter
college underprepared in
English, math, and
reading.

55%
attend KCTCS
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Confronting Threats to Kentucky Competitiveness

                         Insert Table 2 here
Low Educational
Attainment

Kentucky ranks 48th
in adults with 4-
year degree;
44th in high school
graduates.
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Confronting Threats to Kentucky Competitiveness

Skills Gap

Kentucky employers
report a serious
shortage of qualified,
non-technically,
technically skilled, and
supervisory employees
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Confronting Threats to Kentucky Competitiveness

                               Jobs Requiring 4-year degree
Demand for “Middle                       or more
Skills Jobs”

The majority of jobs in                Middle
Kentucky over the next
decade will require more
                                       Skills
than a high school diploma              Jobs
but less than a
baccalaureate degree.
                             Jobs Requiring high school diploma
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Confronting Threats to Kentucky Competitiveness

Aging Workforce           Insert Table 3

By 2025, Kentucky’s
younger workers will
decline by 8%.

Kentuckians 65 years
and older will increase
by 64%.
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    KCTCS is Kentucky’s Largest
Postsecondary Educational Institution


                                  48%
                              of all public
                            postsecondary
                            undergraduates
                            are enrolled in
                                 KCTCS
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              KCTCS Funding Picture
          KCTCS is the only public institution receiving
less state appropriation per Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) student
                      than it did in 1998-99
Institution          $ Change in Net GF Appropriation per   % Change in Net GF Appropriation
                     FTE 1998-99 to 2007-08                 1998-99 to 2007-08

NKU                  $1,584                                 150%
KSU                  $3,911                                 140%
MoSU                 $1,262                                 125%
EKU                  $1,115                                 124%
WKU                  $ 749                                  117%
UofL                 $ 867                                  110%
MuSU                 $ 462                                  108%
UK                   $ 791                                  106%
KCTCS                $ - 569 Source: CPE                     97%
                                                                                      Source: CPE
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    KCTCS Funding Picture

                   Insert Table 6
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ACHIEVING HB1 GOALS FOR
  THE COMMONWEALTH
 From Now to 2020
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   BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY                     KENTUCKY CITIZENS
Educated and Trained Workforce    Standard of Living Above National Average
    Global Competitiveness                     Lifelong Learning


   KCTCS MISSION AND MANDATES IN HB1




                                                      COLLEGE &
 WORKFORCE                   TRANSFER                 WORKFORCE
 EDUCATION                   EDUCATION                READINESS
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                    HB1 MANDATES TO KCTCS
                Increase the technical skills and professional
                   expertise of Kentucky workers through
                  associate and technical degrees, diploma,
                          and certificate programs
                   Develop a pool of educated citizens to
                 support the expansion of existing business
                  and industry and the recruitment of new
                           business and industry

WORKFORCE
                 Enhance the flexibility and adaptability of
                 Kentucky workers in an ever-changing and
 EDUCATION
                    global economy through continuing
                   education and customized training for
                           business and industry
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                  HB1 MANDATES TO KCTCS
                    Increase the access for
                 students to complete the pre-
                    baccalaureate associate
                  degree in arts or associate
                 degree in science for ease of
                    transfer to four (4) year
                          institutions;
 TRANSFER        Facilitate transfers of credit
 EDUCATION
                 between certificate, diploma,
                   technical, and associate
                       degree programs
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                  HB1 MANDATES TO KCTCS

                 Increase the basic academic and
                  literacy skills of adults through
                      adult basic education and
                    remedial education services

                    Enhance the relationship of
                credentials between secondary and
                  postsecondary programs which
COLLEGE &       permit secondary students to enter
WORKFORCE
READINESS       programs through early admission,
                       advanced placement,
                        or dual enrollment
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    WORKFORCE EDUCATION
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WORKFORCE
EDUCATION




 TRANSFER
 EDUCATION




 COLLEGE AND
  WORKFORCE
  READINESS
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                            THE KENTUCKY PICTURE:
                      Jobs Requiring Education and Training at the
WORKFORCE
EDUCATION
                     Associate Degree or Below between 2004-2014



 TRANSFER
 EDUCATION
                   83%
                 (1.8 Million jobs)
                     in Kentucky
                  between now and
                 2014 will require an
 COLLEGE AND
  WORKFORCE
  READINESS
                  Associate Degree,
                   postsecondary
                 vocational training,
                   work experience
                  and/or on-the-job                   Source: Kentucky Department of
                                                                Workforce Investment
                       training.                                  Job Outlook to 2014
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                     KCTCS will develop programs for
                        new jobs being created in
                      FIVE STRATEGIC SECTORS OF
WORKFORCE
EDUCATION




                        POTENTIAL JOB GROWTH
                            Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development
 TRANSFER
 EDUCATION
                          Department for Commercialization and Innovation

                                 HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

                                         BIOSCIENCES
 COLLEGE AND
  WORKFORCE
  READINESS

                        INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND COMMUNICATIONS

                          ENVIRONMENTAL AND ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES

                              MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ADVANCED
                                     MANUFACTURING
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                    INCREASING KENTUCKY’S PER CAPITA INCOME
WORKFORCE


                     KCTCS educates workers for good paying jobs
EDUCATION




                     that contribute to the per capita income goals
                                       of Kentucky
 TRANSFER




                      • 14 occupations earn above the national
 EDUCATION




                        wage average

                      • 24 occupations earn above the Kentucky
 COLLEGE AND
  WORKFORCE
  READINESS             wage average



                                   See Table 8, Page 13
                               Source: Kentucky Department of Workforce Investment
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 INCREASING KENTUCKY’S PER CAPITA INCOME

         KCTCS Associate Degree Leads to:

  $245,000 lifetime increase in earnings
compared with only a high school diploma
                          Men – 31% increase
                      Women – 66% increase
                                   KCTCS Economic Impact Study:
Individual, Regional and State Economic Impacts of Kentucky Community and Technical Colleges, 2006
    Economists - Dr. Ken Troske, University of Kentucky & Dr. Paul Coomes, University of Louisville
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INCREASING KENTUCKY’S PER CAPITA INCOME

KCTCS Graduates Stay and Work in Kentucky

     Certificate/Diploma Graduates
                   93%

      Associate Degree Graduates
                 96%
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                                      WORKFORCE
WORKFORCE
EDUCATION




 TRANSFER
 EDUCATION

                                        ISSUES
                                                Based on
 COLLEGE AND
  WORKFORCE
  READINESS
                                          CEO Dialogue Sessions
                                        December 2006- May 2007
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                 CEO Dialogue Sessions
WORKFORCE
EDUCATION        WORKFORCE CHALLENGES
                  In the next three years, a limited
 TRANSFER
 EDUCATION

                  availability of qualified:
                   technically-skilled employees
 COLLEGE AND
  WORKFORCE
  READINESS
                   non-technically skilled employees
                   supervisory-level employees
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                 CEO Dialogue Sessions
WORKFORCE
EDUCATION
                 MOST SEVERE EMPLOYEE SHORTAGES
                  Nursing
 TRANSFER
 EDUCATION        Medical technical professions
                   [PT, OT, ST, Pharmacist, Hygienist]
 COLLEGE AND
  WORKFORCE
  READINESS
                  Teachers/educators
                  Skilled trades-electrical, HVAC, etc.
                  Information Technology
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                        Strategic Initiative #1
WORKFORCE
EDUCATION
                 KCTCS will focus on the expansion of
                  existing programs and the creation of
 TRANSFER
 EDUCATION
                   new programs to meet the projected
                openings in high growth, high wage jobs
                 identified by the Kentucky Department
 COLLEGE AND
  WORKFORCE
  READINESS
                    of Workforce Investment and the
                   Cabinet for Economic Development.
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                          KCTCS
                   Strategic Workforce
                 Competitiveness Initiative

                   KCTCS will re-engineer
                  its workforce education
                  and training divisions to
                 be more responsive to the
                   needs of business and
                          industry.
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                  OUTCOME: Strategic Initiative #1
WORKFORCE
EDUCATION
                                                 57,374   12 –Year Total:
                                                          345,500
                                                 2020
 TRANSFER
 EDUCATION



                            ANNUAL WORKFORCE
                            CREDIT ENROLLMENTS

                   43,687
 COLLEGE AND
  WORKFORCE
  READINESS




                   2007
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      TRANSFER EDUCATION
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 WORKFORCE
 EDUCATION
                       Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education (CPE)


                                      CPE STEP#3:
                                   INTERVENTION PLAN
TRANSFER
EDUCATION
                    • Funnel more first-time students through KCTCS

                                    STRATEGIES TO 2020
 COLLEGE AND
  WORKFORCE
  READINESS
                    • Improve general education credit transfer
                    • Keep KCTCS tuition low
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                Kentucky High School Graduates
 WORKFORCE
 EDUCATION
                Projections, 2005-2018
                                                                                                                                                                         42,613
                                                 41,850                                     41,179
                                                               41,270                                                                                       41,070
                          40,141
                                                                                                                            40,215
                                      41,328                                                                                               40,882
                                                                                                              40,208
               38,939                                                 38,734        38,238
 TRANSFER
 EDUCATION




COLLEGE &
WORKFORCE
                2005-06


                            2006-07


                                       2007-08


                                                  2008-09


                                                            2009-10


                                                                        2010-11


                                                                                  2011-12


                                                                                              2012-13


                                                                                                                 2013-14


                                                                                                                               2014-15


                                                                                                                                             2015-16


                                                                                                                                                               2016-17


                                                                                                                                                                             2016-17
READINESS




                                                                                                        Note: WICHE projections of public and private high school graduates.

                                                                                                                                                       Source: Higheredinfo.org
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                  To “Double the Numbers” will require
 WORKFORCE
 EDUCATION
                      KCTCS to transfer more than


TRANSFER
EDUCATION




 COLLEGE AND
  WORKFORCE




                        the number of students
  READINESS




                             it does today
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                    KENTUCKY MUST OVERHAUL ITS
                         TRANSFER SYSTEM
 WORKFORCE
 EDUCATION




                    Research indicates the difference
TRANSFER
EDUCATION
                 between high-performing baccalaureate
                    degree producing states and low-
 COLLEGE AND
                    performing states is the design of
  WORKFORCE
  READINESS


                    comprehensive state policies that
                          support transfer from
                      two-to-four year institutions.
                        Jane Wellman, State Policy and Community College-Baccalaureate Transfer,
                              National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education, 2002
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                        KEY ELEMENTS TO
 WORKFORCE
 EDUCATION
                   SUCCESSFUL TRANSFER SYSTEM

                 Guaranteed admissions for KCTCS students who
                  complete an Associate degree
TRANSFER
EDUCATION



                 Guaranteed General Education common core
                  courses
                 Statewide common course numbering system
 COLLEGE AND
  WORKFORCE
  READINESS




                 Consistent evaluation of transfer credit for all
                  KCTCS courses
                                                           Continued…
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                          KEY ELEMENTS TO
 WORKFORCE
 EDUCATION           SUCCESSFUL TRANSFER SYSTEM,
                                       Continued…
                  Junior status at 4 year institutions for KCTCS associate
TRANSFER
EDUCATION
                   degree
                  Consistency in KCTCS credits applied toward four-year
                   degrees
                  Transfer Student Bill of Rights or Dispute Resolution
 COLLEGE AND
  WORKFORCE
  READINESS




                   Mechanism
                  State need-based and merit-based financial aid
                   programs for transfer students
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                          STRATEGIC INITIATIVE #2
 WORKFORCE
 EDUCATION




                   Eliminate barriers to KCTCS students
                    transferring to Kentucky’s four-year
TRANSFER
EDUCATION
                    colleges and universities in order to
                  achieve 11,334* transfer students from a
 COLLEGE AND
  WORKFORCE
  READINESS
                 CPE headcount enrollment goal of 115,800
                          KCTCS students in 2020.

                  * CPE Definition = includes only KCTCS students who declare themselves as transfer
                                     students to Kentucky four-year institutions
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                  OUTCOME: Strategic Initiative #2
 WORKFORCE
 EDUCATION




                                              11,334   12 –Year Total:
                                                       351,700
TRANSFER
                                              2020
EDUCATION




                            TRANSFER STUDENTS

 COLLEGE AND
  WORKFORCE
  READINESS
                   3,100

                   2007
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COLLEGE & WORKFORCE READINESS
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                                                     CORE
 WORKFORCE
 EDUCATION
                                                RECOMMENDATIONS
                                              Update college admissions
                                               regulations.
                                              Create an integrated accountability
 TRANSFER
 EDUCATION                                     system tied to performance funding
                                               [P-16].
                                              Fund infrastructure improvement.
                                              Align college readiness standards
COLLEGE &       KY Developmental Education
                                               and link those standards to educator
WORKFORCE
READINESS
                     Task Force 2007           professional development.
                 Kentucky must reduce the  Better link educator preparation to
                 number of underprepared    college readiness.
                students coming to college.
                                              Develop early student interventions.
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                         LEAKAGE IN KENTUCKY’S
 WORKFORCE
 EDUCATION                SECONDARY SCHOOLS
                                                             For every 100 Kentucky 9th
                                                             graders:
 TRANSFER
 EDUCATION




                                                            ► 65 graduate from high school
                                                            ► 37 enter college
                                                            ► 24 are still enrolled in
COLLEGE &
WORKFORCE
READINESS
                                                              sophomore year
                                                            ► 12 graduate with a four-year
                                                              degree in 6 years
               Source: Tom Mortenson, Public School Graduation and College-Going Rates of Students Directly from High School, 2004;
               NCES, IPEDS Fall 2004 Retention rates and 2004 Graduation Rate Survey; U.S. Census Bureau, 2005 American Community
               Survey (ACS)
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                 Cost of High School Dropouts
                  Each year nearly 17,200 students in Kentucky
 WORKFORCE
 EDUCATION




                       do not graduate with their peers...

 TRANSFER
 EDUCATION
                    Dropouts from the class of 2006
                            cost Kentucky
               more than $4.5 billion in lost wages, taxes,
COLLEGE &
WORKFORCE
READINESS
                                   and
                   productivity over their lifetimes.
                                             Alliance for Excellent Education
                                                   Washington DC June 2007
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                   “Best Fit” for High School Seniors
                 Teachers and Guidance Counselors’ Perceptions of Graduating Students
 WORKFORCE
 EDUCATION
                                    KCTCS Market Research 2006


                                         No Postsecondary
                                             Schooling
                                                                          63%
               Four-year                       15%                       KCTCS
 TRANSFER       College
                                                                        needs to
 EDUCATION




                 37%                                     Private
                                                       Business or     reach this
                                                      Trade School
                                                          16%
                                                                        group to
COLLEGE &
WORKFORCE
                                                                        achieve
READINESS


                                                                       Kentucky’s
                     Community or Technical College
                                32%
                                                                       2020 goals
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                  KCTCS is the leading provider of dual/credit &
                 dual enrollment courses for high school students
 WORKFORCE
 EDUCATION




 TRANSFER
 EDUCATION




COLLEGE &
WORKFORCE
READINESS
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 WORKFORCE
 EDUCATION       STRATEGIC INITIATIVE #3A
                     KCTCS will implement
 TRANSFER
 EDUCATION
                           early student
                     intervention strategies
                  in collaboration with school
COLLEGE &
WORKFORCE
READINESS
                 districts to better prepare high
                school students entering KCTCS.
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DUAL CREDIT/DUAL ENROLLMENT
KCTCS will increase the percentage
   of high school dual credit/dual
          enrollment from
 9 percent in 2006-07 to 15 percent
by 2020, with a greater emphasis on
    general education courses.
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                  OUTCOME: Strategic Initiative #3A
 WORKFORCE
 EDUCATION




                                               30,500

 TRANSFER
 EDUCATION
                                               2020
                        DUAL CREDIT/DUAL ENROLLMENT


                   14,500
COLLEGE &
WORKFORCE
READINESS




                    2007
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                 83% OF ENTERING KCTCS STUDENTS ARE
 WORKFORCE
                     UNDERPREPARED FOR COLLEGE
 EDUCATION




 TRANSFER
 EDUCATION




COLLEGE &
WORKFORCE
READINESS
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                  Due to limited resources and the high
 WORKFORCE
 EDUCATION
                 volume of students, KCTCS is only able
                        to provide remediation to

 TRANSFER
                                  76%
 EDUCATION


                   of KCTCS students demonstrating a
                      need for remediation services.

COLLEGE &
WORKFORCE
                  FOR KENTUCKY TO HAVE A WELL
READINESS


                     EDUCATED AND TRAINED
                  WORKFORCE, ALL STUDENTS WHO
                       NEED REMEDIATION
                       SHOULD BE SERVED.
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 WORKFORCE
 EDUCATION
                 STRATEGIC INITIATIVE #3B
                   KCTCS will offer remediation
 TRANSFER
 EDUCATION
                services to all KCTCS students who
                enroll with a demonstrated need for
                remediation in order to successfully
COLLEGE &
WORKFORCE
READINESS
                  complete college-level courses.
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                  OUTCOME: Strategic Initiative #3B
 WORKFORCE
 EDUCATION




                                           93,566   12 –Year Total:
                                                    556,000
 TRANSFER
 EDUCATION
                                            2020
                         REMEDIATION SERVICES


                16,500
COLLEGE &
WORKFORCE
READINESS




                2007
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 WORKFORCE
                HB1 MANDATE TO KCTCS
 EDUCATION




                 Increase the basic academic
                  and literacy skills of adults
 TRANSFER
 EDUCATION

                through adult basic education
                    and remedial education
COLLEGE &
WORKFORCE
                            services.
READINESS
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  NO ADULT LEFT BEHIND




More adults must pursue postsecondary education to
 achieve the goals envisioned for Kentucky by 2020.
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                  WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT KENTUCKY’S ADULTS
 WORKFORCE
 EDUCATION
                ► Kentucky’s adult population (ages 19-54) is about 2
                  million.
                ► Of that 2 million, 1.34 million do not have a
                  baccalaureate degree;
                ► Of the 1.34 million without a baccalaureate degree
 TRANSFER
 EDUCATION




                  only 14% are seriously considering further
                  education.
                ► Many older respondents did not believe they could
COLLEGE &
WORKFORCE
READINESS         afford or fit additional education or workforce
                  training into already complicated lives.

                                                     Source: KCTCS Market
                                                     Research 2006
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               What We Know About Kentucky’s Adults, continued

 WORKFORCE
 EDUCATION
               ► Finances was the major perceived barrier to
                 pursuing postsecondary education.
               ► Sixty-eight percent of employed adults feel they
 TRANSFER
 EDUCATION       have no opportunity for advancement.
               ► One-third (1/3) of the adults without a
                 baccalaureate degree would consider further
COLLEGE &
WORKFORCE
                 postsecondary education online.
READINESS
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 WORKFORCE
 EDUCATION
                 STRATEGIC INITIATIVE #3C
                      KCTCS will assume the
 TRANSFER
                 primary role in adult education
               and literacy programs and services
 EDUCATION




               by providing seamless pathways to
                    postsecondary education.
COLLEGE &
WORKFORCE
READINESS
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           OUTCOME:
KCTCS will increase enrollment
 in adult education and literacy
programs from 4% of Kentucky’s
  adults without a high school
    diploma or GED to 10% .
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                 OUTCOME: Strategic Initiative #3C
 WORKFORCE




                                                 51,000
 EDUCATION




                                                 2020
 TRANSFER




                      ADULT EDUCATION AND LITERACY
 EDUCATION




                 32,000
COLLEGE &
WORKFORCE
READINESS




                 2007
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 KCTCS FUNDING
   MODEL and
  ASSUMPTIONS
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    KCTCS FUNDING ALLOCATION MODEL
 Based on a set of principles, developed by the KCTCS
  President’s Leadership Team, to ensure equity, adequacy, and
  help move KCTCS toward the goals set forth in HB1 and the
  Strategic Priorities of KCTCS.
 Data drivers for the Public Funds Allocation Model include
  Semester Credit Hours (SCH), Student Full-Time Equivalent
  (FTE), and Headcount enrollment (HC), and square footage of
  space.
 Support rates based on comparisons with KCTCS benchmark
  states.
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KCTCS FUNDING ALLOCATION MODEL
     Calculates the funding need in the following fourteen areas:

 Workforce and Transfer Instruction  Student Services
 Economic and Workforce              Student Financial Aid
  Development,                        Operation and Maintenance (O&M)
  Community Education, and Public      of Plant
  Outreach                           Branch Campus Administrative
 College and Workforce Readiness      Services
  Education                          Institutional Support
 Academic Administration Support    Information Technology
 Academic Computing Support         Professional Development
 Libraries                          System Level Support
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         FUNDING ASSUMPTIONS
   Funding for the following in 2008-2010 Biennium:
                  M&O for New Facilities
         Post-retirement Health Insurance Program
                  State Fire Commission
     Kentucky Board of Emergency Services (KBEMS)
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          FUNDING ASSUMPTIONS
   Headcount enrollment of 115,800 by 2020 as
    established by CPE.
 11,334 annual transfers in 2020 as defined by CPE.
 Annual operating expenses increase of 2.5%
    (parameter prescribed by CPE).
 Annual salary increase of 3.0% (parameter prescribed
    by CPE).
   Annual health insurance increase of 5.0%.
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         FUNDING ASSUMPTIONS
                    CONTINUED…

   Annual tuition increase of 5.0%.
   Increase of 4.4% in space needs to serve additional
    students
 Additional annual $2.0 million in approximate cost
    savings from efficiencies
   Additional $16 million each biennium generated in
    other funds.
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INVESTING IN A COMPETITIVE
     COMMONWEALTH
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   INVESTING IN A COMPETITIVE
        COMMONWEALTH
To achieve the 2020 goals envisioned in HB1 (1997)

  To accomplish the outcomes targeted 5 strategic
          initiatives outlined by KCTCS

  To hold KCTCS tuition increases to 5% annually

Will require an annual increase of $32 million in state
    general fund appropriation each year between
                   2008 and 2020.
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ANNUAL INCREASE OF $32 MILLION BETWEEN NOW AND 2020
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Return on State’s Investment
115,800 KCTCS students enrolled in 2020

114,000 students transferred to 4-year schools
 over the 12-year period

4,100 full and part-time faculty added

2.2 million semester credit hours produced in
 2020
                                          Continued…
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Return on State’s Investment
 345,500 students received workforce training over
  the 12-year period

 15% of high school students in dual credit/dual
  enrollment programs in 2020

 556,000 students received remediation services over
  the 12-year period

 10% of Kentucky adults without high school
  credential are enrolled in 2020
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TWO OVERARCHING GOALS FOR 2020 IN
    KENTUCKY POSTSECONDARY
 EDUCATION REFORM ACT (HB1) 1997
     A highly skilled workforce with the
  education and training necessary for the
    state’s businesses and industries to
successfully compete in the global economy.

    Provide every citizen with prosperity
         and standard of living that
       exceeds the national average.
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  KCTCS Legislative Agenda 2008-10

 Funding 2008-10 Biennial Operating and Capital Budget
                       Request

   Amend KRS 164.600 - Boards of Directors Terms – 4
                      Colleges

Amend KRS 164.580 - Attachment of East Kentucky Science
                        Center
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KCTCS Operating and Capital Budget Request
          and College Scenario

                    and

   Comparison to CPE Recommendations

            (See folder inserts)
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QUESTIONS?
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