Making a Difference
KET programs and services help people improve their lives every day. But you don’t have to take our word for it. On these pages, Kentuckians tell their own compelling and inspiring stories of how KET has helped them achieve goals, become more effective in their own work, or simply get more out of life. Read More Making a Difference Stories
Tonia Whitaker of Louisville’s Temple Academy Learning Center says the littlest scholars get ready for kindergarten with KET’s early-childhood curricula.
Russell Coleman of Louisville, a former FBI agent and former legal counsel to Sen. Mitch McConnell, says KET’s focus on public affairs brings the Commonwealth together.
Bardstown native Don Parrish shares his combat experience with KET in Kentucky Veterans of the Vietnam War: In their Own Words.
Karen Kelly, district director for Congressman Hal Rogers, says education–and KET–are her family’s top priorities.
PBS Digital Innovator James Wampler, a Shelby County science teacher, uses technology to foster curiosity.