“We are willing to also allow flexibilities to our school districts that will support them in being able to implement these safety expectations for our students,” said Lt. Governor Jacqueline Coleman, who is also an educator and current secretary of the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet. “It is not fair to just put new expectations on hundreds of thousands of children that come to the same school building every day, without also allowing for our schools to be able to innovate and to be able to change the way they do things in the name of health and safety.”