Kentucky Paleontological Society to meet April 29

"Past, Present and Future Research at the Famous Coral Beds of the Falls of the Ohio State Park” is the topic of the next meeting of The Kentucky Paleontological Society April 29.

Thirteen public school teachers named PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovators

Thirteen Kentucky public school teachers have been selected to participate in the 2016 PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovators program. The program, which is in its fourth...

USED looking to thank teachers

The U.S. Department of Education wants to personally thank a number of teachers during Teacher Appreciation Week May 2-6 and is looking for recommendations...

Teachers, certified staff sought for social media survey

Sara Flanagan, an assistant professor in the College of Education at the University of Kentucky, is conducting a survey to explore the usage of social media for professional and personal use by teachers and other certified school personnel.

Work of Jefferson STEAM partnership to be showcased

Bellarmine University and the Jefferson County Public Schools STEAM partnership will host a STEAM Maker Faire on April 30. The event will showcase the...

Jump$tart coalition marking Financial Literacy Month

In celebration of Financial Literacy Month in Kentucky, the Kentucky Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy is participating in Teach Children to Save Day...

Fulbright program offers grants for study abroad

The Fulbright Distinguished Awards in Teaching Short-Term Program offers teachers and other educators grants for two- to eight-week collaborative projects abroad. Participants consult with...

Social studies teachers invited to hear historian

Social studies teachers are invited to hear author and historian Jay Winik discuss his latest book, “1944: FDR, Statesmanship & the Year that Changed...

KAEE issues call for proposals

The Kentucky Association for Environmental Education is inviting educators to submit a proposal for its upcoming 40th Annual Conference.

Join in the Kentucky Literacy Celebration

March 2016 has been designated as Kentucky Literacy Celebration, with a month-long recognition of the importance of literacy.