When Denise and Daniel Henderson’s oldest foster daughter wanted to attend a private school for middle school, they vowed to make it happen. A scholarship was the key. Scholarship tax credit supporters want to provide more of them, but legislation to allow deep credits for donors is controversial and somewhat confusing.
After a tumultuous year for Jefferson County Public Schools, including a near takeover and new state education leadership, a fund typically used as an antidote to the teachers union's political influence was silent in the 2018 school board race.
The first part of a two-part series on campus assault hearings found that proposed federal regulations governing how universities handle sexual assault reports will likely lead to only minor tweaks at the University of Louisville.
As Kentucky’s largest school district moves forward with a new racial equity policy, fresh national data shows that JCPS’ black students continue to be disproportionately suspended and expelled. In the next district data release following both the policy and this story, JCPS reported drops in suspensions while acknowledging continuing gaps.
From complaint to sanction, the length of UofL's sexual assault hearing process is one of the multiple problems in navigating the system, acknowledging survivors’ experiences and finding justice. For most of the problems, there is no clear solution. My deep dive on fixing an imperfect system here.