On June 30, Ann Brewster officially retired at age 80 from her 59-year teaching career. “I swore I never would [become a teacher],” Brewster said. “My dad was a superintendent … my mom was a teacher and taught her whole life.”
Associate Commissioner David Horseman could have retired a few years ago, but the timing never felt right. There were too many projects in the works, and he simply wasn’t ready to leave the Office of Career and Technical Education (OCTE) at the Kentucky Department of Education.
Commissioner of Education Terry Holliday Kentucky Commissioner of Education Terry Holliday announced his retirement effective August 31. Holliday has served as commissioner since July 2009. In a letter read by Kentucky Board of Education Chair Roger Marcum, Holliday said, “I am humbled and very proud to end my 43 years in public education by serving the Commonwealth of [...]
Commissioner Terry Holliday discusses the budget with the Kentucky Board of Education during its April meeting. Holliday notified the board his intent to retire at the end of August.Photo by Amy Wallot, April 1, 2015 The Kentucky Board of Education discussed at its meeting this week a plan to combat teacher turnover and ensure that all children in [...]