Reprint: Top policymakers and researchers explore education in Kentucky’s urban-rural divide

From Jacqueline Pitts story on The Bottom Line News:

Did the pandemic affect urban and rural schools differently? Do students in rural school districts have as many options for educational choice as students in urban districts? Are both urban and rural districts struggling to attract and retain teachers? 

These were just some of the topics that top education policymakers and researchers discussed yesterday afternoon in the second webinar on Kentucky’s urban-rural divide hosted by the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce and Martin School of Public Policy and Administration at the University of Kentucky. 

Read the full story on The Bottom Line News

Watch the webinar on Youtube.

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