Rural Education with Jeff Hawkins and Campbell Scribner, Report Card with Nat Malkus

When discussing education, policymakers and reformers often focus on urban – and sometimes suburban – schools and communities. But rural schools educate about 20% of America’s students, and urban reforms may not translate well to their unique circumstances. In this episode, host Nat Malkus talks to Jeff Hawkins of the Kentucky Valley Educational Cooperative and Campbell Scribner at the University of […]

Creative Strategies to Support and Expand High-Quality Education in Rural Schools

Tune In To AASA Radio! Listen to the Podcast by clicking any of the text of this line. AASA, The School Superintendents Association,  is pleased to present AASA Radio! Dan Domenech, AASA’s executive director, hosts the program, which focuses on topics of importance to school system leaders. Each brief segment of AASA Radio will help keep you abreast of the latest […]

My Mountains Mysteries – The Octavia Hatcher Story – Chapter Three; Pastor Jason Johnson

The Octavia Hatcher story is a local legend around Central Appalachia, but not only isolated to the communities surrounding Pike County, KY. Her story is known worldwide, having been examined by such programs as Mysteries at the Museum on the Travel Channel. She is known as the “Girl Who Turned Her Back on Pikeville” throughout […]

My Mountains Mysteries – The Octavia Hatcher Story – Chapter Two; Octavia Hatcher

The Octavia Hatcher story is a local legend around Central Appalachia, but not only isolated to the communities surrounding Pike County, KY. Her story is known worldwide, having been examined by such programs as Mysteries at the Museum on the Travel Channel. She is known as the “Girl Who Turned Her Back on Pikeville” throughout […]

My Mountains Mysteries – The Octavia Hatcher Story – Chapter One; What We Know

The Octavia Hatcher story is a local legend around Central Appalachia, but not only isolated to the communities surrounding Pike County, KY. Her story is known worldwide, having been examined by such programs as Mysteries at the Museum on the Travel Channel. She is known as the “Girl Who Turned Her Back on Pikeville” throughout […]

Lets Make A Podcast!

  Welcome to Tech Tuesday! Today we talk about podcasting and record my very first podcast! You can listen to it below and like always you can find the video above. Here is another tip that might come in handy on your podcasting journey. If you have multiple people in your podcast and they each have […]

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Monk Media Podcast with Doug Adams

Among the most eminent artists of our time with local origins is Letcher County native Doug Adams. His career as an independent artist and educator has spanned 40 years. His artwork can be found in many of our homes, public places, and institutions. He has worked with several noted Kentucky authors including James Still and […]