Kentucky’s new commissioner of education finished his first week on the job Friday.Jason Glass takes over amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic as it continues to impact schools across the Bluegrass State.In Kentucky, most schools are still in the midst of virtual learning due to a recommendation from Gov. Andy Beshear to keep school buildings closed until the end of September while the state sees through efforts to minimize the spread of COVID-19.”I think we’ve got to think about how we can restore in-person learning as quickly as we can, as fully as we can, but also how we lay in place layers of virus mitigation steps,” Glass said.Watch below: More one-on-one with Jason GlassGlass praised Beshear’s handling of COVID-19 measures for schools, including a recent

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