News Alert: BIPPS to hold school-choice debate in Louisville

For Immediate Release:                                                              Thursday, Nov. 21, 2013         Contact: Jim Waters                                                                                                                                                      270-320-4376                                                                           (LOUISVILLE, Ky.)  — “Free to Learn,” a series of three debates designed to tackle the issue of charter schools in Kentucky, will begin with the first debate at Southern Baptist Seminary’s Heeren Hall in Louisville on Tuesday, Dec. 3, at 6 p.m. The debate…

Taylor County Schools in the news again for keeping kids in school

We’ve talked before here and here about the remarkable programs in the Taylor County public schools that meet all their students’ needs, along the way producing perfect high school graduation rates. Just like charter schools, Taylor County provides students with options to meet different needs and ambitions. In fact, Taylor County’s superintendent, Roger Cook, proudly…

Remaking Memphis’ schools: Now that’s a REAL education reform!

While Kentucky’s educators crawl along with hand-slap reforms that do little to fundamentally shake up our existing, school-choice and true-reform-hostile public schools, down river in Memphis, Tennessee, a true revolution is under way – a revolution that won Tennessee an enormous first round grant from the Race to the Top competition (Kentucky’s relative lack of…