Parenting Programs Archive
a KET call-in program from August 2002; available on videotape
Panelists answer viewers questions about the services of Kentuckys 766 school Family Resource and Youth Services centers, whose goal is to remove non-academic barriers to learning.
a KET call-in program from March 2002; available on videotape
Every April, most Kentucky schoolchildren spend a week or more taking statewide tests which are part of Kentuckys CATS (Commonwealth Accountability Testing System) Assessments. In this program, a panel of educators and parents explain the reasons for the CATS tests, their effect on teaching and learning, and their impact on Kentucky children.
a KET call-in program from August 2001; available on videotape
In this program for parents and grandparents of school-age children, four expert panelists answer questions from viewers about how adults can get more involved in their local schools. Segments taped around Kentucky show examples of volunteers in action.
This six-part KET production focuses on the special challenges of parenting a teenager, from communication to time management. Links to online resources and videotape ordering information are included on the web pages.