University System of Georgia grants allow textbook-free classes - KSU Journal

Kennesaw State professors were awarded grants from the University System of Georgia’s Board of Regents this month to be able to teach classes without making students pay for the textbooks. KSU was awarded the highest amount of grants out of other Georgia colleges and universities, according to KSU News. The grants total $139,400 and are from Affordable Learning Georgia, a USG initiative which has been giving grants to KSU professors for the past four years, Rutherfoord said.


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