KCEOC asks Chamber’s help in determining area needs

October 1, 2014
Matthew B. Courtney, Executive Director of the Bluegrass Center for Teacher Quality

Matthew B. Courtney, Executive Director of the Bluegrass Center for Teacher Quality

Knox County Chamber of Commerce members walked out of Tuesday’s meeting with a lot to think about.


Matthew B. Courtney, Executive Director of the Bluegrass Center for Teacher Quality, currently headquartered at Union College, spoke to the members about what the program is and what kind of work is involved.

The program covers Knox, Whitley, Laurel, Bell, Clay and Harlan counties and provides free professional learning for teachers.

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