(AP) — The Kentucky Board of Education is meeting Friday and Saturday in Louisville to interview candidates to succeed Terry Holliday as Kentucky education commissioner.
Holliday is retiring at the end of the month.
The board meets in closed session starting at 7 a.m. both days for interviews and discussion.
Board members reviewed applicants for the commissioner's post earlier this month and chose some from both inside and outside of Kentucky for additional information.
Associate Commissioner and department general counsel Kevin C. Brown will serve as interim commissioner starting Sept. 1.