FRANKFORT, Ky. (LEX 18) — The Kentucky Board of Education has given new Education Commissioner Jason Glass a four-year contract with a six-figure salary.
Glass has been the Superintendent of Colorado's second-largest school district since 2017.
He will oversee Kentucky's K-12th school system and its 650,000 students.
Glass will make $260,000 a year.
His appointment comes several months after Governor Andy Beshear disbanded the state's school board and installed 11 new members on his first day in office. A lawsuit by former board members was dismissed.
Glass' contract begins on September 14, 2020.