Kentucky Mountain Bible College Gets Funding
Staff at Kentucky Mountain Bible College wanted to offer an interactive virtual option for students this fall.“As a teacher, you thrive on that feedback that you have in live to see if your students understand and so to have that I can interact with my students virtually here,” said Academic Dean Zane Darland.They were held back by the lack of money, but then the CARES Act came into play. They applied and received about $32,000 from the money in the act set aside for colleges and universities. Then, they were able to apply for another allocation of money through the governor’s office also through the CARES Act. They received about $45,000 more.Now through Zoom teachers and students will be able to interact with classes beginning on August 20th.
Source: MG News
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