Senate Bill 110, sponsored by Sen. Max Wise, R-Campbellsville, would allow
seniors earning college credit through dual-credit courses to use KEES money
they’ve earned to pay for up to six college credit hours. Kentucky
Making a dual-credit course more readily available provides many benefits, Wise said.
“It can improve college and career readiness,” he said. “It can increase participation in postsecondary education. It can reduce postsecondary degree time. And it also can increase participation among low income and underserved populations.”
SB 110 passed the Senate unanimously. The bill now goes to the House of Representatives for consideration.