KET letter to editor


Dear Editor,

As a KET Friends Board Member and avid KET viewer and supporter, I wanted to share a few of the great things KET provides for Kentuckians.

KET: Where Learning Comes to Life

Today, television is so much more than it used to be. From the big screens in our living rooms to the smartphones in our pockets, so much has changed. And yet, through the information and new media age, KET has remained consistent in its belief that learning begins early and never ends.

Embracing changing technologies, KET has expanded its online video and content to better serve the commonwealth, with services from early childhood through adult learning.

KET brings our youngest citizens PBS KIDS programming and educational resources that are trusted, safe and age appropriate- on air and online. And, they offer training for early childhood and daycare providers, along with family engagement opportunities, all aimed at helping our children prepare for kindergarten and beyond.

In classrooms across the state, you’ll find teachers using digital content from KET and PBS Learning Media that’s specifically designed to enhance teaching and learning. High school students can even take dual credit foreign languages and other subjects online from KET’s certified teachers.

And, for Kentuckians who haven’t completed high school, KET’s Fast Forward, a high quality adult education learning system, helps adults prepare for the workforce or continue their education. To find out more about these and other programs and services, please visit ket.org/education.

Thanks for supporting our commonwealth’s great treasure, KET, Where Learning Comes to Life!

Sincerely,
Barbra Ledford
Friends of KET Board

 

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