It’s time.

Time for Kentucky to rise up and present its children with world-class educational opportunities.

Time for schools to look injustice in the eye and fight it head-on.

Time for students, parents, teachers, and policymakers to work together to build great public schools for every kid in the Bluegrass. It will be an uphill battle, but we can do it if we work together.

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Not Everything Of Value in Education Can Be Captured By a Number

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