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Kentucky one of six states selected for national dual-credit workshop in Virginia in March

After a competitive application process, Kentucky was one of six states selected by the National Governors Association (NGA) and the College in High School Alliance (CHSA) to attend the College in High School Alliance’s dual and concurrent enrollment workshop March 25-26 in Arlington, Virginia. The workshop’s purpose is to expand equitable access to high-quality dual enrollment, concurrent...

Kentucky chosen to participate in National Governors Association’s multi-state convening in Minnesota

The Commonwealth of Kentucky was chosen to participate in the National Governors Association’s multi-state convening, entitled Child Health, Wellbeing, and Safety in School and Communities, this week in St. Paul, Minnesota. Gov. Matt Bevin selected a cross-agency core team to attend the convening, including members of Kentucky’s Cabinet for Health and Family Services. Adam Meier“CHFS...

Bevin declines to join governors’ group call for continuation of formula used to fund state Medicaid

By Al Cross and Melissa Patrick Kentucky Health News A bipartisan group of governors, including Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin, is asking Congress not to shift health-care costs to the states, a real prospect as the Senate prepares to vote on a bill to repeal and replace the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. However, Bevin declined to join the group’s request to maintain federal funding rates...

Bevin announces new NGA partnership to help reduce child hunger in Kentucky

Gov. Matt Bevin announced that the National Governors Association Center for Best Practices (NGA Center) has selected Kentucky as one of only 10 states to participate in a learning lab on state strategies to reduce childhood hunger. “The Commonwealth has taken steps to begin addressing the unacceptable problem of childhood hunger,” said Bevin. “In 2016, Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Ryan...