Adult education programs operated through the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education received a largely positive review by state Auditor Crit Luallen's office.
Auditors examined 29 programs in 28 counties that served 6,880 in the fiscal year to look at how efficiently the programs run and how they use $5.7 million worth of grants.
"The overall management and administration of the CPE grants by the local adult education programs seems to be in good standing," Luallen said.
Eight county programs received perfect reviews, including Bourbon County.
The performance audit found minor issues in other programs, such as failure to document student attendance or inventory records.
Last year, the council distributed $28 million to the 120 counties for adult education operated by colleges, the school systems or other organizations.