The Kentucky School for the Blind awarded diplomas to five high school seniors in a ceremony at the school May 24.
Kellie Clark, a 16-year veteran teacher at Randall K. Cooper High School in Boone County, is the 2018 Kentucky Teacher of the Year.
The Kentucky Department of Education is moving forward with the review and revision process for academic standards in English/language arts and mathematics.
The Kentucky School for the Blind presented the Paul J. Langan Distinguished Service Award to Adam Charles Ruschival III during its 175th Celebration Dinner and Founder's Day Program at the school’s Louisville campus May 9.
The Bluegrass Book Buddies is an initiative inviting Kentuckians of all ages to try reading in a fresh way through meaningful community and shared experience.
A Kentucky public elementary school is among 64 schools, districts and postsecondary institutions nationwide recognized for focusing their students on sustaining the environment and promoting personal health and wellness as a part of their everyday lives.
Nine outstanding teachers from across the state – three elementary, three middle and three high school teachers – are semifinalists for the 2018 Kentucky Teacher of the Year Award, the Kentucky Department of Education and ValvolineTM announced.
At its regularly scheduled April meeting, the Kentucky Board of Education received an update on new education laws passed by the 2017 General Assembly. House Bill 520 allows non-religious public charter schools for the first time in Kentucky. Commissioner of Education Stephen Pruitt said work has already started at the Kentucky Department of Education to prepare for the establishment of charters.
At its April 12 meeting in Frankfort, the Kentucky Board of Education presented the Dr. Samuel Robinson Award to co-winners – Kentucky Educational Television and the YMCA of Central Kentucky.
At a work session on April 11, the Kentucky Board of Education took a deeper dive into the various components of a new accountability system.