Program for July 16, 2020 

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So much uncertainty and confusion as the school year nears. Our series of conversations with teachers continues. Cynthia Resor talks with Clay County math teacher Aaron Asher | They might as well re-name this education program “Game Changer.” Dr. Lee Todd continues his series, “Education IS Economic Development” | Kentucky author Sallie Showalter tells Tom Martin how she fashioned a novel around her grandfather’s secret life | Carla Gover’s Kentucky Songcrafters series features singer-songwriter Marcus Wilkerson 

Segment One: Cynthia Resor hears from Clay County math teacher Aaron Asher about the challenges he is facing as he tries to prepare for classes in the midst of a pandemic. | Lee Todd talks with Brittany Cox, an Advance Kentucky teacher, about the "game changing" nature of the program. LISTEN 

Segment Two: Central Kentucky writer Sallie Showalter took up the offer of an investigative reporter friend to dig into a family mystery. The result is her first fact-based novel, "Next Train Out." | Carla Gover interviews Marcus Wilkerson for her ES series "Kentucky Songcrafters." LISTEN 

Interviews in Order of Appearance: 

Cynthia Resor with Aaron Asher 

Lee Todd with Brittany Cox 

Tom Martin with Sallie Showalter 

Carla Gover with Marcus Wilkerson


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