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UofL's provost has denied the appointment of Vickie Yates Brown Glisson to become a term professor in the School of Public Health and Information Sciences, citing her lack of teaching and research experience and the university's current budget crunch.
Democratic legislators have urged the University of Louisville to reconsider the potential appointment of former Bevin administration official Vickie Yates Brown Glisson as a professor, arguing that the hiring is questionable due to a lack of transparency and her "exorbitant" salary.
With the possible arrival of charter school applications in Kentucky only weeks away, JCPS leaders are forging a new path — which may be copied by other districts — to figure out how to determine an applicant’s financial clout and operational capacities to launch a new school.
University of Louisville interim president Greg Postel announced on Tuesday that the NCAA Division I Infractions Appeals Committee upheld earlier penalties imposed on UofL, including vacation of victories from 2011 to 2015 -- and the 2013 national championship and the 2012 Final Four appearance.
Our community speaks through its local school board. A takeover by state officials would diminish that voice. Public schools and locally elected boards to govern them are cornerstones of our American democracy.
The head of Kentucky’s Division of Charter Schools said that it is “extremely unlikely” that any charter schools will open in the commonwealth unless the state legislature figures out a permanent way to allocate money for such schools.
Vickie Yates Brown Glisson finalized her acceptance of a teaching position offer from UofL on Jan. 29, a day before she surprised university leadership by announcing her run for Congress against six-term incumbent John Yarmuth.