A live-tweet event will be held while the episode airs. To engage in the conversation, visit http://www.twitter.com and use #EdMatters

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Nearly 410,000 working-age Kentuckians (ages 18-64) lack a high school credential. Reecie Stagnolia, vice president for Kentucky Adult Education (KYAE), will discuss how this important issue impacts Kentucky as a guest on the premiere episode of the fifth season of KET’s Education Matters. The program airs today 9 p.m. EDT and 8 p.m. CDT.


The program will examine what the state’s adult learners can do now to complete the current GED® test and how and why the GED test will change starting Jan. 2.


The episode features interviews with recent GED graduates at adult education centers in Russell and Pulaski counties.


Other panelists include:

  • Martin Kehe, vice president of products for GED Testing Service
  • Cristina Marsh, adult education manager for Carroll, Gallatin, Henry, Shelby and Trimble counties, Jefferson Community and Technical College
  • Rodney Johnson, director of the Russell County Adult Education Center in Russell Springs


A live-tweet event will be held while the episode airs. To engage in the conversation, visit http://www.twitter.com and use #EdMatters.


Today also marks the launch of National Adult Education and Family Literacy Week.


KYAE is a unit of the Council on Postsecondary Education.

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