The presidents of the state's community colleges are cautioning higher education officials against doing anything that would rework the geographical areas that they serve.
The 19 community college presidents signed onto a letter Oct. 28 to the top administrator of the Board of Regents, urging that no action be taken that would change the geographical boundaries served by the schools.
The letter followed meetings where the chair of the Kansas State Board of Education expressed concern about whether the service areas were adequately helping students in local school districts who want to concurrently enroll in community college programs outside . . .
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