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Class of ’27 documentary features Owsley County, with introduction by Ky. author Silas House

Class of ’27: America Reframed features three stories from rural American communities showcasing how teachers and local leaders are joining forces to guide children toward the goal of high school graduation, as the Class of ’27. The program spotlights how leaders in Owsley County, Ky., as well as in tribal lands in Minnesota and within a West Coast migrant camp, are pulling together to support their children’s educational potential.


KET’s “College Financial Aid Call-In 2017” provides advice, information from higher education experts

KET’s “College Financial Aid Call-In 2017,” a one-hour, live special edition of Education Matters, offers help in navigating the all-important college financial aid application process. The program features a panel of financial aid representatives from public and private Kentucky colleges and universities who will address common application mistakes, documents necessary to apply for financial aid, types of aid, deadlines, financial aid packages and more.

KET’s “Spotlight Education” programming features primetime focus on education in America

The status of education in America is investigated in a special, weeklong “Spotlight Education” slate of primetime programming set to air on KET Sept. 12-19.

Guests are invited to free preview of Class of ’27 featuring Booneville, Ky., and author Silas House

Guests are invited to attend a preview of the new documentary America Reframed: Class of ’27, which features a segment filmed in Booneville, Ky., and an introductory reflection by award-winning author and Kentucky native Silas House. The preview event, a partnership between KET and Berea College, will be held Wednesday, Sept. 14 at 6 pm at the Loyal Jones Appalachian Center at Berea College, located at 205 South Main Street in Berea. Admission is free, but reservations are required. Tickets can be reserved online at

Return of Poldark, new Ken Burns film, more part of KET’s expansive Fall 2016 primetime lineup

KET’s fall primetime schedule offers must-see programming across every genre, from drama, history and the performing arts to science, nature and politics.