Students at Eastern and Bullitt East high schools are learning skills they can use in college and careers in the High School of Business program.
The Bill Roby Track and Field Games at the Kentucky School for the Blind gave intrepid photographer Bobby Ellis an opportunity to spend time with some young athletes.
Clark County Area Technology Center and a Winchester manufacturer have teamed up to expose students to the possibilities in a manufacturing career.
A Warren County teacher is participating in a program that will help develop materials and resources for STEM classrooms.
Ben Cundiff may be a chemical engineer by training, but it’s the reactions in the classroom that lead to great education that have always interested him.
Earlier this month, I had the pleasure to attend a book premier party, but this was no ordinary launch event. It was the kickoff for the book, "We Can Hear You Just Fine: Clarifications from the Kentucky School for the Blind."
Boyle County Middle School teacher Danielle Burke says great things happened when she gave her students more time to ask questions.
Christi Bailey, a recently retired outreach consultant for the Kentucky School for the Deaf, never let her students settle for anything less than their best.
Thanksgiving week is a time for us to pause and give thanks for the past year. I encourage all of my readers to take time and either verbally or in writing share the things you are thankful for.
Jefferson County’s new Priority Teacher Institute is designed to give practical, intensive help to new teachers going into some of the district's most challenging settings.
Kenton County's Kristina Slusser says educators need to be paying more attention to the mental health of students.
The Kentucky Board of Education heard a lot about charter schools during a special study session on the topic today in Frankfort.
State school leaders from across the country elected Kentucky Commissioner of Education Stephen Pruitt to the Council of Chief State School Officers' Board of Directors during the group’s 2016 Annual Policy Forum in Baltimore.
The Kentucky Board of Education will hold a special meeting on Monday, Nov. 28, to study the issue of charter schools.
Kentucky's 4th- and 8th-graders continue to outperform their peers nationally in science, according to data from the 2015 National Assessment of Educational Progress, released Oct. 27 by the Kentucky Department of Education.
Sixteen Kentucky public high school students have been named to the Commissioner’s Student Advisory Council, a group that provides input to Kentucky Commissioner of Education Stephen Pruitt.
Students can be part of Rochester Contemporary Art Center’s international small art exhibition, which will include thousands of artworks made and donated by celebrities,...
Nominations are open for the inaugural Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Leadership Award, presented by the Martin Luther King Jr. State Commission to recognize...
Two Kentucky schools are among 25 semifinalists in the Northrop Grumman Foundation’s Fab School Labs STEM laboratory makeover contest. Nearly 200 public middle schools...
The University of Kentucky Confucius Institute (UKCI) will offer four one-day seminars in its China Studies for Kentucky Teachers program beginning in December. Topics...
The Kentucky Science Center is scheduling spring and summer programs at its facility in Louisville and in schools. The center offers special exhibits and field...