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Terry Holliday

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Terry Holliday
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Kentucky Commissioner of Education
Incumbent
In office
July 2009 - Present
Years in position 5
PartyNon-partisan
Compensation
Base salary$225,000
Education
Bachelor'sFurman University
Master'sWinthrop University
Ph.D.University of South Carolina
Websites
Office website
Terry Holliday is the Commissioner of Education in Kentucky. He was named as Kentucky's fifth Commissioner of Education in July 2009.[1]

Biography

Long active in the field of education, Holliday has served in a variety of roles in North Carolina and South Carolina, including superintendent, associate superintendent, director of accountability, principal, assistant principal, director of instrumental music and band director. He served as superintendent of the Iredell-Statesville school district from 2002 until 2009, when he was appointed as Kentucky Commissioner of Education.[1]

Education

  • Bachelor’s degree, Furman University
  • Master’s degree and education specialist degree, Winthrop University
  • Doctorate, University of South Carolina

Political career

Kentucky Commissioner of Education (2009-present)

Holliday has served as Kentucky Commissioner of Education since 2009.[1]

Appointments

2009

Holliday was appointed as Kentucky Commissioner of Education by the Kentucky Board of Education in 2009.[1]

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