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At the Aug. 10 Education Continuation Task Force virtual meeting, members discussed the potential challenges of teacher evaluations during the 2020-2021 school year.
At the Education Continuation Task Force’s July 27 meeting, members received an update from Associate Commissioner Rob Akers of the Kentucky Department of Education’s Office of Educator Licensure and Effectiveness, about teacher certification and permission flexibility ahead of the 2020-2021 school year.
During the July 13 Education Continuation Task Force meeting, members convened virtually to learn more about reopening guidance released by the Kentucky Department of Education.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, members of the Education Continuation Task force met virtually May 18 to discuss the guidance document released by the Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) about questions schools and districts should consider when they are making plans for how to restart school for the 2020-2021 school year.
The Kentucky Department of Education’s (KDE) Education Continuation Task Force met virtually April 21 to discuss how graduation for the 2020 senior class will be affected by Gov. Andy Beshear’s April 20 recommendation that Kentucky schools continue to utilize non-traditional instruction for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year to help control the spread of COVID-19 in communities across the state.
The Education Continuation Task Force met virtually to discuss a recent survey sent to Kentucky principals about the two graduation requirement options for the class of 2020.
The Kentucky Department of Education’s Education Continuation Task Force met virtually on March 30 to discuss graduation options for seniors and Kentucky’s NTI Program.
The Kentucky Department of Education’s Education Continuation Task Force met for the first time to discuss implementation of the Non-Traditional Instruction Program due to the COVID-19 crisis.
Thank you, Madam Chair and members of the committee. I appreciate the opportunity to speak to you today virtually and regret that I am not in person to do so as our family has a long-standing tradition of vacationing together this week.
High school students would have to demonstrate foundational skills in reading and mathematics and achieve academic or career readiness to graduate, among other requirements, under a proposal before the Kentucky Board of Education (KBE) at its meeting in Frankfort Aug. 2.