‘Kentucky Tonight’ discusses COVID and the classroom
For Release: 09/27/21 9:05 AM
On Kentucky Tonight, airing Monday, Sept. 27, at 8/7 pm, Renee Shaw talks with her guests about COVID in the classroom. Scheduled guests include:
- Jason Glass, commissioner of the Kentucky Department of Education
- State Rep. Steven Riley, a Republican from Glasgow and vice-chair of the House Education Committee
- Eric Kennedy, director of advocacy of the Kentucky School Boards Association
- State Rep. Tina Bojanowski, a Louisville Democrat and member of the House Education Committee
- Dawne Perkins, founder of Let Them Learn (pre-recorded via Skype)
Kentucky Tonight programs are available online at KET.org and are rebroadcast on KET, KET KY, and radio. Kentucky Tonight is a weekly KET production.
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