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CPE research shows substantial earnings gap for women in Kentucky

April 1, 2021
New research from the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education shows that, even with advanced college degrees, women in Kentucky continue to earn significantly less than men over a lifetime. CPE released the findings today as part of an ongoing... Read more >>

CPE leadership program empowering minority faculty and staff

CPE leadership program empowering minority faculty and staff

March 29, 2021
CPE announced 19 professionals from across the state will join the Academic Leadership Development Institute (ALDI) this year to prepare for influential roles in higher education. Read more >>

Student

Free Kentucky conference to focus on post-pandemic transition

March 22, 2021
The Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education (CPE) and GEAR UP Kentucky, a unit of CPE, are hosting a free statewide conference this month to help educators succeed in the post-pandemic environment. Called The Path Forward Forum, the event is... Read more >>

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Q&A: Keynote speaker discusses "mental bandwidth," helping students thrive

March 22, 2021
As students struggle to move past COVID-19, the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education and GEAR UP Kentucky are hosting a nationally recognized expert next month who will discuss strategies to help students recover "mental bandwidth." Read more >>

B. Stille

After 20 years, Ky rapper fulfills promise to mother, launches new chapter

March 3, 2021
Four years ago, Buffalo B. Stille had already launched his own business, started a family and led a successful hip-hop career with the Grammy-nominated group, Nappy Roots. But at 38 years old, the rapper and entrepreneur faced a challenge he had... Read more >>

Student

Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education unveils $1.5 million plan to boost mental health on campuses

March 3, 2021
CPE is tapping $1.5 million in federal relief funds to improve mental health services for students across the state as COVID-19 continues to drive stress and uncertainty on college campuses. Read more >>

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Kentucky lawmakers close in on budget deal, continue to advance education bills

March 3, 2021
State lawmakers are hammering out the final details of a new budget proposal, and a number of education-related bills remain on the move as the Kentucky General Assembly heads into the final weeks of this year's legislative session. Both chambers... Read more >>

Graduates

Council calls for bold action to address declines in college enrollment

March 3, 2021
The Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education is calling on education leaders across the state to take decisive steps to combat a drop in college enrollment, especially in the aftermath of COVID-19. The latest data from CPE shows that undergraduate... Read more >>

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New TikTok challenge to raise awareness of FAFSA opportunities

March 3, 2021
CPE and GEAR UP Kentucky, a unit of the Council, are throwing down the gauntlet on TikTok this month to help raise awareness about the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, known as the FAFSA form. The two organizations have teamed up to announce... Read more >>

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Commonwealth Education Continuum announces members, kicks off work

February 3, 2021
Dozens of state policy leaders have kicked off the first meeting of the Commonwealth Education Continuum, a new effort to help students successfully progress through each level of Kentucky's education system and into the workforce. Read more >>

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What does Kentucky's vaccine push mean for college campuses?

February 3, 2021
As Kentucky moves forward on a massive effort to vaccinate against COVID-19, college faculty and staff rank relatively high in the distribution plan, and public universities are supporting the rollout with space and medical volunteers to help administer... Read more >>

Aaron Thompson

President’s Message: Recognizing inequities is an important first step

February 3, 2021
On Jan. 20, Kamala Harris, our first female, Black and Asian vice president, took the oath of office. As she laid her hand on the bible of Thurgood Marshall, she was surely thinking about this mentor and civil rights pioneer, who as a young lawyer... Read more >>

Last Updated 1/9/2023