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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.


Spotlighting the Arts

In 1993, Everett McCorvey, at the time an assistant professor of voice at the University of Kentucky, and a colleague seized on an idea to create a new musical revue […]


Investing in Education

As a young high school math teacher in Owensboro, Martha Clark witnessed how a few students struggled with their classwork and how a little extra attention often went a long […]

Kendra Thacker-Dickinson posed as a group with her husband and five children on a sidewalk in front of their house.

A Family’s Ties to PBS KIDS

With the pandemic causing families to spend more time at home, it stands to reason their collective TV watching has gone up. For a mother of five children, that normally […]

Trey Grayson and Bob Babbage posed and smiling standing on KET's public affairs set.

Uncommon Coverage

Some 50 years later, Bob Babbage still remembers what former Kentucky governor Louie B. Nunn once told him about KET, which had launched just a few years prior with aims […]

A Resourceful Year in Education

High-quality, trusted educational resources like the ones KET provides to Kentucky educators are invaluable to any classroom, no matter where that classroom is. In this particularly challenging year, educators have […]