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Topic - Terry Holliday
Three Kentucky teachers are being honored Thursday in Frankfort as they are inducted into the Gov. Louie B. Nunn Kentucky Teacher Hall of Fame.
A new report says about half of kindergartners in Kentucky aren't prepared to master essential skills in school.
America's educational system is leaving behind anyone who starts with disadvantages, and that is wrong. Those born in poverty already face significant challenges. For those striving to climb the ladder of success, we must fix our schools.
Education Commissioner Terry Holliday says the data can be used to help future students.