If you've ever watched "Jurassic Park" and thought that a Tyrannosaurus rex would be fun to ride on or that you might actually want to meet a 6-foot tall carnivorous lizard, then Jurassic Quest is the place for you.
Louisville public high school graduate Hal Heiner, who most recently served as secretary of the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet, became a Kentucky Board of Education member in April and was named chair at the board’s regularly scheduled meeting in August.
Fans of hip-hop music have known for years that it has been used by artists to express feelings and shed light onto topics affecting their neighborhoods and communities.
A summer camp exposed deaf and hard-of-hearing students to cybersecurity and the possibility of careers within the field.
The Kentucky Department of Education is part of a statewide task force that is raising awareness of human trafficking and providing training to educators and others on how to spot and report it.
Owensboro's Stephanie S. Luckett says giving her students choice about which books they read through a "tasting menu" helped them become more engaged in their own learning.
Starting this month, you’ll begin hearing much more about our new school accountability system and what it means for each district, school and student.
Does handing a diploma to a high school graduate mean that he or she is ready to succeed in the next phase of life? Under Kentucky’s current graduation requirements, the answer is no, which is why I believe now is the time for us to make significant revisions to our requirements.
Marshall County's Bridget Powell says teachers have a key role to play in helping their students become more resilient and develop good decision-making skills.
Jessica Dueñas, the 2019 Kentucky Teacher of the Year, shares how she spent her summer preparing herself to be the type of leader she wants her students to be at the new W.E.B. DuBois Academy.
Jefferson County's NyRee Clayton-Taylor shares how she used hip-hop based education to find a new way to reach her students.
In preparation for the release of data from 2017-2018 state assessments and accountability determinations, the Kentucky Department of Education’s Division of Communications will hold a virtual briefing 10 a.m. ET Sept. 20 for members of the working media and school public relations staff.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has set the income eligibility guidelines for students and adults to participate in free/reduced-price meal programs through the Child and Adult Care Food Program for 2018-2019.
The Tech Ready Apprenticeship for Careers in Kentucky (TRACK) program was in the national spotlight Sept. 12 as U.S. Assistant Education Secretary Scott Stump toured a program site in Lexington as a part of the U.S. Department of Education’s “Rethink School” Back-to-School tour.
Applications are being accepted for the Financial Literacy Standards Review and Development Committees and Advisory Panels.
The University of Kentucky College of Education’s Department of Early Childhood, Special Education and Rehabilitation Counseling will host a 50th anniversary celebration Oct. 13-14 in Lexington.
The Kentucky Educational Theatre Association (KYEdTA) and Kentucky Thespians, an EdTA affiliate, will host the Kentucky Thespian Festival Nov. 9-10 at RiverPark Center in Owensboro.
The West Kentucky White Cane Dinner – a gathering for students, families, teachers, counselors and individuals interested in vision loss– will be Oct. 15 at the Carson-Myre Heart Center Auditorium at Baptist Health Paducah.
The Kentucky Horse Park and International Museum of the Horse invite teachers and your students for a field trip experience that connects their programs to Kentucky standards and your class curriculum.
Infinite Campus and Kentucky Department of Education staff will conduct the 2018 fall user group meetings in various locations throughout September.