I don't know how this will really play out on the education front lines here in Kentucky. After all, we are faced with huge budget cuts towards education that one can only hope our elected officials weren't planning to be offset by this prize. Does it mean that Kentucky has failed? Not knowing the thinking behind Secretary Duncan's decision, because frankly many were surprised that KY was in the finals, especially since we do not promote Charter Schools. So let's have a discussion on what this mean for the future of education in KY and our children.