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While no consequential research on site-based decision making councils has been conducted since former University of Kentucky professor Jane Clark Lindle’s analysis 16 years ago, evidence abounds that this abnormal approach toward governing public schools is doing little to fulfill its mission, which, according to state statute, “is to improve student achievement.” more

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So did you watch the eclipse on Monday? If so, you should no longer be in the dark – approved glasses or no glasses – about an Almighty God who created our universe. His unbelievable power was on full display for all to witness. Millions looked up toward the heavens (Is there a better place to look?) and saw this miraculous sight. more

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Researcher Jean Twenge has written an article in the Atlantic that is rightfully getting a very great deal of attention. She asked the question: “Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation?” more

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As the sun begins to set on summer, we can be glad that the clouds surrounding Governor Bevin’s purchase of a family home in Louisville are moving off in the distance.  Still, though, … more

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This Republican Congress is making important strides on issues that have a direct impact on Kentucky. more

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FRANKFORT, Ky. - The Kentucky State Fair is one of the highlights of the agricultural year in Kentucky. more

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One could only wish that Kentucky Chief Justice John D. Minton was sincere when he said, “Transparency and accountability are bedrock principles in maintaining trust in state government.” More than 30 years after the Kentucky legislature enacted the state's open records laws, the Kentucky Supreme Court has finally acknowledged that it is not above the law. more

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As I approach my 92nd birthday the 13th of this month, I suddenly realized that if we keep on living, we get old. Getting old is not a choice. Whether we learn anything while we are living to old age is our choice. more

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The Big Four Bridge is routinely ranked as one of the most beloved landmarks in Louisville. In some ways, it is the most democratic. Much like Waterfront Park as a whole, it’s a landmark everyone in our city shares. A day at Waterfront Park provides a beautiful cross section of Louisville, with people from every neighborhood and every background enjoying a community treasure. more

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As the Twitter dust settles following President Donald Trump’s surprising tweet about the role of transgender people in the military, a number of things have been left murky to say the least. I guess that’s to be expected when the order comes through 140 characters or less. more
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