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The angst and anticipation of PGES

In order for more students to achieve success by reaching college- and career-readiness standards, we must have a highly effective teacher in every classroom,...

United We Stand, Divided We Fail

The words United We Stand, Divided We Fall are emblazoned on the Kentucky state seal, displayed on the state flag and, in 1942, were...

Budget cuts impacting our children’s future

Look at our most recent college- and career-readiness and graduation rates and you can see the tremendous progress we are making in Kentucky public...

Senate Bill 1 and Kentucky Core Academic Standards

Education Commissioner Terry Holliday recently had a column published in the Cincinnati Enquirer  in which he discusses the link between Senate Bill 1 and the Kentucky Core Academic...

Education commissioner named Floyd chief of staff

Education Commissioner Terry Holliday has named Thomas G. “Tommy” Floyd to the newly created position of chief of staff at the Kentucky Department of...

A quilt to remember

When Kentucky Education Commissioner Terry Holliday looks up from his desk, before him hangs a custom-made quilt expertly designed, sewn and quilted by his sister-in-law, Libby Holliday, who lives in Belton, S.C. Based on the craftsmanship, it is clear she does this work professionally.

A Productive Legislative Session

  All in all, the 2013 session of the General Assembly was a very productive session for education.   The major initiative of the Governor, First Lady...

Spring brings opportunities to engage with Kentucky students, schools

Throughout the commonwealth, educators are working diligently and with a sense of urgency to ensure ALL Kentucky’s students are college/career-ready when they graduate high...

Holliday asks for continued flexibility on federal education requirements

Today, Kentucky Education Commissioner Terry Holliday asked Congress to continue to allow flexibility on federal education requirements to enable states like Kentucky to move forward with reform efforts to best serve the needs of all students.

Time for teachers to TELL Kentucky about teaching, learning and the...

No matter how busy my schedule gets as Kentucky’s education commissioner, I am always interested in receiving feedback. That’s one of the many reasons...