Saturday, March 6, 2010 8pm Producer: American RadioWorks Listen Again In the 1970s and ’80s, a generation of Americans took part in a vast social experiment. They got on buses, and rode across racial lines. Nearly everyone who experienced school desegregation has a story to tell about crossing racial lines. Together they reflect an era marked […]
As of 5:45am: Bullitt County Schools – Closed Oldham County Schools – Closed Shelby County Schools – Closed Spencer County Schools – Closed New Albany Floyd County Schools – 2 hour delay
The following schools are closed today: Greater Clark Schools – Closed New Albany Floyd County Schools – Closed Shelby County Schools – Closed Spencer County Schools – Closed
Most area schools are closed today and local universities are opening late: Bullitt County Schools – Closed Greater Clark Schools – Closed Jefferson County Public and Catholic Schools – Closed New Albany Floyd County Schools – Closed Oldham County Schools – Closed Shelby County Schools – Closed Spencer County Schools – Closed Spalding University – […]
Saturday, February 20, 2010 8pm Producer: Nancy Solomon Listen Again Award-winning NPR Reporter Nancy Solomon takes you inside a school to hear a discussion on race in the classroom. Listen as students try to explain what went wrong with their education. Join her at the kitchen table with black middle-class parents who thought that a […]
A panel of education experts clashed at the Louisville Forum Wednesday as they discussed the progress of Jefferson County Public Schools.
By the end of this week, H1N1 vaccine clinics will have been held at every school in Jefferson County. Health department director Dr. Adewale Troutman says he’s pleased with the participation. He’d anticipated about a third of the children would get vaccinated, and says it’s been closer to half. “And I think we did a […]
Louisville Metro Department of Public Health and Wellness officials say they’re on track to provide H1N1 vaccinations at every school in the city.
Fern Creek Elementary School was among the first in Louisville to hold an H1N1 vaccination clinic. The county-wide clinics started today for all public, private and parochial schools in Louisville. Principal Cheryl Rigsby says Fern Creek Elementary has nearly 800 students, and about half of them returned permission slips to get an H1N1 shot or […]
A massive vaccination effort is underway today in Louisville schools. The Louisville Metro Department for Public Health and Wellness will hold ten school clinics per day for the next three weeks. Director Dr. Adewale Troutman says the department will provide H1N1 vaccine to students and staff members at 150 Louisville public, parochial and private schools […]