Improving Equity in Higher Education

Simply put, education is the path to a larger life. This was a key insight of the Prichard Committee’s namesake, Ed Prichard, more than four decades ago. This sentiment rings just as true today. Over the decades, we have seen more Kentuckians graduating with 2-year and 4-year degrees, and as…

Building Equity: A Call to Active Effort

Equity is something we build. In our schools, equity means getting figuring out what will keep each learner moving forward in the learning and figuring out how to provide whatever that is. We’ve built some important capacity to meet some of those needs. For example: Lunches arrive if a K-12…

School Transportation Funding: A Kentucky Equity Problem

Equity is about providing varied resources to respond to varied student needs, making sure all students have what they need to learn. Kentucky school transportation ought to be a great example. Instead, transportation is a major equity problem. Transportation can be fairly simple and inexpensive in compact independent districts many…
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