K-12 Public Education
56:30 | #2632
Renee Shaw and guests discuss K-through-12 public education. Does Kentucky have a teacher shortage? If so, why? What can be done to close the achievement gap and turn around low-performing schools? Scheduled guests: Commissioner Wayne Lewis of the Kentucky Department of Education; Allison Slone, Rowan County schools' special education teacher and founder of KYREADS, which provides professional instruction to teachers about students with dyslexia; Gary Houchens, Ph.D., member of the Kentucky Board of Education and an associate professor in the Department of Educational Administration, Leadership, and Research at Western Kentucky University; and Houston Barber, Ph.D., Superintendent for Frankfort Independent Schools.
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