The board of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System on Friday restored the tenure system for new faculty members -- a system that the board had eliminated in March. The board acted two days after the state's attorney general issued an advisory statement finding that the board had exceeded its authority. Although the board issued a statement saying that it disagreed with the attorney general, it said that it was best for the system to move beyond the tenure issue.
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