School buses left Bethlehem High School in Bardstown last week. In March, amid lobbying by the Catholic Conference of Kentucky and other groups, the General Assembly voted to boost Kentucky's private school bus subsidy by 17 percent, to $3.5 million annually.
School buses left Bethlehem High School in Bardstown last week. In March, amid lobbying by the Catholic Conference of Kentucky and other groups, the General Assembly voted to boost Kentucky's private school bus subsidy by 17 percent, to $3.5 million annually.
School buses left Bethlehem High School in Bardstown last week. In March, amid lobbying by the Catholic Conference of Kentucky and other groups, the General Assembly voted to boost Kentucky's private school bus subsidy by 17 percent, to $3.5 million annually.

Kentucky spending millions on student busing at private, religious schools

May 03, 2014 05:42 PM

UPDATED May 04, 2014 07:21 AM

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