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Winters' Early Graduation Bill Passes Senate
Bluegrass Politics is reporting that Sen. Ken Winters’ (R- Murray) bill to allow students to graduate in three years with 15 credits and a 3.00 grade point average “sailed” through the Senate yesterday. Students will have to complete a curriculum mix set out in the bill.  
 
The bill goes to the House Education Committee. Chair Carl Rollins (D- Versailles) told Ryan Alessi that he would look at it.
 
It will be interesting to follow this bill and see if there will be a financial note on this bill since early graduation will affect state ADA money schools receive and early graduates will be eligible for the $8,000 that won’t go to the schools.





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