Renee Shaw and guests discuss the flooding in eastern Kentucky and its impact on schools in the area. Scheduled guests: Commissioner Jason Glass, Kentucky Department of Education; Jonathan Jett, Superintendent of Perry County Schools; Phillip Watts, Superintendent of Breathitt County Schools; Wallace Caleb Bates, Kentucky Department of Education Communications and an eastern Kentucky resident; Anna Shepherd, Superintendent of Floyd County Schools (pre-taped); Denise Yonts, Superintendent of Letcher County Schools (pre-taped); and Chad Bates, Family Resource and Youth Service Center worker at Letcher County Schools (pre-taped).
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Kelly Knight Craft, former ambassador to the United Nations, enters Kentucky's governor's race; Secretary of State Michael Adams criticizes some Republicans for their constant claims of vote fraud; remembering former UK football coach Guy Morriss; and an inspiring colorblind painter from Morehead.
Renee Shaw and guests discuss school safety. Guests: Commissioner Jason Glass, Ky. Dept. of Education; State Sen. Majority Whip Mike Wilson (R-Bowling Green); State Rep. Attica Scott (D-Louisville); Chief Martin Schafer, Fayette Co. Public Schools Police Dept.; Dedeeh Newbern, Chief of Student Support, Fayette Co. Public Schools; and Chief Chris Barrier, Montgomery Co. School District Police Dept.
Host Renee Shaw talks about Critical Race Theory and teaching history in Kentucky schools with her guests.
Renee Shaw talks with her guests about school choice. Guests: Andrew Vandiver, president of EdChoice Kentucky; State Sen. Ralph Alvarado, Republican from Winchester, chair of the Senate Health and Welfare Committee; State Rep. Tina Bojanowski, Democrat from Louisville, member of the House Education Committee; and Eddie Campbell, president of the Kentucky Education Association.
Renee Shaw talks with her guests about school choice. Guests include: Brigitte Blom Ramsey, president & CEO of the Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence; Andrew Vandiver, president of EdChoice Kentucky; Tom Shelton, spokesman for the Council for Better Education; Jim Waters, president and CEO of the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions; and others.
Renee Shaw talks with her guests about school choice policy. Scheduled guests include Jason Glass, commissioner of the Kentucky Department of Education; Anna Baumann, deputy director at the Kentucky Center for Economic Policy (via video call); Eddie Campbell, president of the Kentucky Education Association; and Gary Fields, superintendent of the Bowling Green Independent School District.
Bill Bryant and journalists discuss widespread flooding in Kentucky, reopening schools, several bills passed in the General Assembly, and other news of the week. Guests: Emily Bennett, WYMT in Hazard; Daniel Desrochers, Lexington Herald-Leader; Laura Cullen Glasscock, The Kentucky Gazette; and Lawrence Smith, WDRB in Louisville.
Renee Shaw talks with guests about the Kentucky teachers' pension plan. Guests: State Rep. Patti Minter (D-Bowling Green); State Rep. C. Ed Massey (R-Hebron); State Rep. James Tipton (R-Taylorsville); State Rep. Buddy Wheatley (D-Covington); Eddie Campbell, president of the Kentucky Education Association; and Brent McKim, president of the Jefferson County Teachers Association.