‘Kentucky Tonight’ discusses critical race theory and teaching history in Kentucky schools
For Release: 02/25/22 7:01 PM
On Kentucky Tonight, airing Monday, Feb.28, at 8/7 pm, Renee Shaw hosts a discussion about Critical Race Theory and teaching history in Kentucky schools. Scheduled guests include:
- Sen. Max Wise, Republican from Campbellsville, chair of the Senate Education Committee and sponsor of the ‘Teaching America’s Principles Act’ (SB 138)
- Commissioner Jason Glass, Kentucky Department of Education
- Rep. Attica Scott, a Louisville Democrat
- Ian Rowe, writer for the 1776 Unites Campaign, senior visiting fellow at the Woodson Center and a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute (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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