Governor Rauner visited Illinois State University’s College of Fine Arts today after granting money toward the program.
The College received 62 million dollars for what Rauner says will improve the quality of education and create a better experience for the students.
“Education is the most important thing we do together as a community,” said Rauner. “Nothing is more important than education, period. Our students are our future, everything we do in public service is to create a better future for our young people in Illinois.”
While there The Governor also announced and signed House Bill 1910 which will extends the tif district in Normal for another 12 years. He says this will help accelerate the economic growth in the city.