In this interview, A.T. Hensley, Former Superintendent of Mercer County Schools, discusses his education, issues that the school system has faced, his contributions, and a comparison of the position of School Superintendent in the past twenty years.
In this interview, Charles Harris, Superintendent of Somerset City Schools, discusses his education, his years at WKU, why he made a career in educations, prior positions, and other issues dealing with his job as Superintendent.
In this interview, Forrest Williamson, Jr., Superintendent of the Harrodsburg School System, discusses his education, teaching experience, and why he became Superintendent. He also comments on his duties and explains he is very happy with the job.
In this interview, Mildred Rowland, Superintendent of Harlan County Schools, discusses her education, her former positions including teaching, adult education, and many issues in Harlan County and the schools. She has served for 50 years in the schools.
In this interview, Ronald Jones, Superintendent of Pineville City Schools, discusses his education, the Flood of 1977, how he became Superintendent, the School Board and elections, and major problems he faces.
In this interview, Sedley Stewart, retired Superintendent of Lee County Schools, discusses his education, EKU, and many issues he faced in the 50 years he worked in the educational programs in Lee County.