Alison Wright helped 17-year-old twins Corey, left, and Zach Flynn as she taught her Advanced Placement Calculus class at Lafayette High School on Thursday. Education Commissioner Terry Holliday is beginning a process in the fall to review Kentucky's Core Academic Standards.
Alison Wright helped 17-year-old twins Corey, left, and Zach Flynn as she taught her Advanced Placement Calculus class at Lafayette High School on Thursday. Education Commissioner Terry Holliday is beginning a process in the fall to review Kentucky's Core Academic Standards. Herald-Leader
Alison Wright helped 17-year-old twins Corey, left, and Zach Flynn as she taught her Advanced Placement Calculus class at Lafayette High School on Thursday. Education Commissioner Terry Holliday is beginning a process in the fall to review Kentucky's Core Academic Standards. Herald-Leader

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