Labor Day has passed, and in most years, the entire country would now be back to school. Kids would be learning, catching up with old friends, and swapping stories from the summer. Teachers would have decorated and readied themselves for a year of struggles and smiles, learning and community.
Traffic is always heaviest this time of year, because of school buses full of kids, and parents going to work, returning from summer vacations.
But in far too many places, including much of Kentucky, this is not the reality.
There are no buses, no kids in classrooms, and few...Read more