Louisville news: Dr. Donna Hargens has a bad day, gets hired as JCPS superintendent edition [News]

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  • "After four hours of closed-door discussion, the Jefferson County School Board named Dr. Donna Hargens as the next superintendent of the district.  Hargens was interim superintendent in Wake County in North Carolina, the 18th-largest school district in the nation." [WFPL]
  • "Defending Louisville Metro Councilwoman Judy Green against two ethics complaints has cost taxpayers $21,832 during the first three months of the year — and the total is about to go." [Courier-Journal]
  • "The Chronicle of Higher Education has been evaluating the education levels of state lawmakers in the United States. The state with the most college-educated lawmakers is California, with 90 percent. New Hampshire, with 53 percent, has the least. The national average is around 75 percent, slightly lower than Kentucky’s 77 percent." [WFPL]
  • "The Southern Baptist church is the second-biggest church in America (after Catholics), and the biggest church of all down South. Meaning that it also has thoroughly racist roots! And now, they're ready to put a black guy in charge. *Tear.*" [Gawker]

Photo: Courtesy Wake County Public Schools