“When I say ‘unifying force’, I’m referring to the fact that we’re all in this together — there are public issues that are going to affect us all. These are things that matter. And KET helps us to understand what these things are so we can engage in a dialogue with our neighbors and our representatives and make the process of democracy work effectively to advance the public good.” - Brad Cowgill
When Isabel Yates first arrived in Lexington with her family in 1963, it wasn’t long before she rolled up her sleeves and got busy doing what she loves best: volunteering […]
Ben Malphrus was just 9 years old the night he discovered what he wanted to do with his life. He and his mother had traveled to Savannah, Ga., to take […]
“From its work with early childhood education to its teacher development and resources for K-12, KET has been the bedrock of education in the Commonwealth.” -- Ky. Secretary of Education and Workforce Development, Derrick Ramsey
Kentucky Chamber president says KET provides incredibly valuable information for the state.