Thursday, February 4, 2016

Kaskaskia College Looks at Employee and Program Cuts As State Budget Impasse Continues - Bruce Kropp, WJBD News

The Kaskaskia College Board Monday night will be asked to suspend programs, some sports, and cut about 20 full and part-time employees. The cuts are part of the college's efforts to cut expenses as a result of the continuing state budget impasse that has resulted in the college not receiving most of its state funding since last July. KC Board Chair Bill Hawley confirms the board will be asked to suspend the auto body and industrial technology programs on the main campus as well as the entire educational program at the Centralia Correctional Center.

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