Regents mull boosting homegrown enrollment at Kansas schools


LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — The percentage of Kansas high school graduates who attend state universities has fallen in recent years, and the schools are considering how to stop that decline and make up lost revenue.

In 2010, 55% of Kansas high school graduates enrolled at a state higher education institution, but by 2017 — the most recent year for which data is available — that figure had dropped to 50.3%, according to a May report by the Kansas Board of Regents.

"It's certainly a concern," Dennis Mullin, chair of the Regents, told The Lawrence Journal-World . "We better figure out ways to...

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