Taking liberty to the airwaves: BIPPS talks digital learning on WKCT

Bluegrass Institute education analyst Richard Innes will be on Bowling Green’s 930 WKCT-AM’s “Drive Time” this afternoon to discuss his new report: “Digital Learning Now: Obstacles to Implementation in Kentucky.” “Drive Time” airs from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. (central). Listen here. Innes addresses recommendations made in his report to remove obstacles preventing Kentucky students…

Educators, press and activists gather to hear about digital learning

Richard Innes Earlier today a press conference was held in the media center of Boone County’s Conner High School to mark the release of Digital Learning Now!: Obstacles to implementation in Kentucky. Among several speakers was author and Bluegrass Institute education analyst Richard Innes and Dr. Dewey Hensley,associate commissioner of the Kentucky Department of Education’s Office…

N. Ky Tea Party pulls it off: Gathers nearly 25,000 signatures to put issue on ballot

Collaboration between freedom-loving citizens and business leaders in Kenton County, Kentucky, has borne abundant fruit. A petition drive sponsored by this coalition has collected signatures of nearly 25,000 residents of the county who want a right to vote about the continued operation of the Northern Kentucky Area Planning Commission or NKAPC. NKAPC was created decades…