The KentuckyWired project to connect 3,000 miles of high-speed internet cables throughout the state did not receive the $68 million in state appropriations and $110 million in bonding authority it sought in the two-year budget passed by the General Assembly, which may put the entire project in jeopardy.
With the possible arrival of charter school applications in Kentucky only weeks away, JCPS leaders are forging a new path — which may be copied by other districts — to figure out how to determine an applicant’s financial clout and operational capacities to launch a new school.
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