Applications are being accepted for the Kentucky Reading Project, a year-long graduate-level course focused on research-based literacy instruction for teachers in grades K-5.
The Kentucky Department of Education’s biannual survey of working conditions, the TELL Kentucky survey, will be delayed for several months while KDE works through a request for proposals process to identify a vendor to administer the survey.
The National Center for Families Learning is accepting proposals for its annual Families Learning Conference Nov. 4-6 at the Louisville Marriott Downtown.
The Kentucky Department of Education will hold its annual Leadership EdCamp: For Principals by Principals on March 27 at the Perkins Building on the campus of Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond.
The University of Kentucky College of Education invites people to honor a teacher, professor, principal or other education professional who has made a difference through the Teachers Who Made a Difference program.
Families for Depression Awareness is presenting a free “Understanding Teen Depression” webinar 7-8:15 p.m. ET March 21.
The School of Teacher Education at Western Kentucky University is offering three to six hours of credit in the United Kingdom June 28-July 8.
Fios.Verizon.com is offering two $1,000 grants for kindergarten to grade 12 teachers. To apply, instructors need to submit a creative lesson plan detailing how you would use virtual reality equipment in your classroom.
High school students throughout the Commonwealth are invited to submit their own rendition of what they think Derby day looks like in a contest to design a Derby poster the governor and first lady will display in the Capitol.
The Kentucky Department for Public Health is inviting school-age children across the Commonwealth to create and submit original artwork for a chance to win cash prizes in a tick-borne disease prevention poster contest sponsored by the Northern Kentucky Independent District Health Department.