In this interview, the former and current Superintendents of Lee County School discuss how they became Superintendents, the School Boards and their relationships with them, and the changes that have been made in the system over the years.
In this interview, Douglas Miller, Retired Superintendent of Estill County Schools, discusses his background and education, the consolidation of Estill Co. Schools, the School Board, vocational school, and problems he faced while he was Superintendent.
In this interview, William Davis, Superintendent of Estill County Schools, discusses his decision to become Superintendent, the county and city merger, his daily responsibilities, the School Board, vocational school, and the system's enrollment.
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, Robert Osborne, Superintendent of Lynch Independent Schools, discusses his education, the Lynch School System, prior positions, and many problems he has faced. He also discusses the School Board, and decision makers in Harlan County.
In this interview, Earl Shaw, Superintendent of Garrard County Schools, discusses his education, prior positions, problems he has faced, the School Board, the positive aspects of his job and decision makers in the county.
In this interview, Charles Singleton, Superintendent of Barbourville Independent Schools, discusses his education, major problems, concerns of the people in education, positive aspects of the job, and other issues involving the school system and community
In this interview, Denver Partin, Former Superintendent of Whitley County Schools, discusses his education, prior educational positions, his reasons for being Superintendent, School Boards, school enrollment, and other issues concerning the system.
In this interview, Clarence Bates, Superintendent of Wayne County Schools, discusses his background and education, prior positions held,and his lifetime of education. He also comments on school boards, problems he has faced, and how he spends the majorit
In this interview, William Hall, Retired Assistant Superintendent of Laurel County Schools, discusses his background and education, problems of the Superintendent, the School Board, and his decision to leave Letcher County. He also comments on the proble
In this interview, Ralph Nevels, Superintendent of McCreary County Schools, discusses his background and education, School Boards and Elections, the major problems of his school system, and his duties. He also comments on Union College, relations with peo