For Musician and Mailman, KET Really Delivers
Former meteorologist Zach Macaluso, who is now a rural mail carrier, divides his time between his interests in art and science through his wide range of viewing habits on KET.
Bet on a Winner
Horseman Ted Bassett says KET’s GED prep can put students in the winner’s circle.
WKU student Millie Ronkainen’s homeschooling family takes full advantage of KET resources like Distance Learning.
A Formal Education
Businessman-turned-advocate Sam Corbett of Louisville champions education in Jefferson County.
The Art of Understanding
As part of the American Graduate initiative, KET is recognizing Kentuckians who are champions of education in our communities. Art therapist Chenoweth Allen gives students a window into themselves.
Madison County educator Susan Cintra has been recognized by PBS for her innovative use of technology.
Unlocking the Mystery
Children’s programs on KET like Thomas & Friends helped Mary Hughes communicate with her son when he experienced difficulties early in life.
Fast Forward to Success
Reecie Stagnolia, vice president for Kentucky Adult Education, says KET’s new Fast Forward online study course for the GED® is an important first step for students preparing for college and careers.