In the meantime, Commissioner Terry Holliday travels to south central Kentucky today where he will hear objections to charter schools from local superintendents. The superintendents fear the creation of an elitist set of schools. And they will object to unfair comparisons that are made between public schools and charters which may not be required to welcome every child, provide transportation, or who may not be expected to meet the same standards for suspension or expulsion; rendering the public schools a dumping ground.
Elsewhere, the trial of Jason Stinson began in The Ville, and the judge,
threw out 1,500 pages of evidence Monday in the homicide trial of former Pleasure Ridge Park High School football coach Jason Stinson, after ruling that prosecutors turned over the information too late to the defense.