The Great Thanksgiving Listen is a national education project that empowers high school students to create an oral history of the contemporary United States by recording an interview with an elder over Thanksgiving weekend using the free StoryCorps app.
Gov. Andy Beshear and First Lady Britainy Beshear welcome all Kentucky children to participate in a poster contest that celebrates the 62nd gubernatorial inauguration theme: Forward, Together. […]
GBH Education, a division of PBS member station GBH in Boston, regularly recruits teachers to support the development of high-quality resources for the classroom for its original productions, like the U.S. History Collection, and collaborations with FRONTLINE, AMERICAN EXPERIENCE and NOVA.
KET is announcing the KET All Stars program, dedicated to celebrating the exceptional educators who are making a profound impact in Kentucky’s classrooms and communities.
During the summer of 2024, GeoCivics will be hosting an exciting place-based educational experience in Washington, D.C., to learn how to include diverse perspectives in the education space through civic engagement and advocacy in your American history, geography, civics and government instruction.
The Kentucky Association for Environmental Education (KAEE) is sharing results from a landscape analysis conducted this year in partnership with the Southeastern Environmental Education Alliance (SEEA) using collected survey data from over 600 pre-K-12 teachers and administrators in the eight SEEA states.
The KFEC Money Academy is the asynchronous, online financial education platform that the Kentucky Financial Empowerment Commission (KFEC) offers free to high schools across the state to help meet the new financial literacy graduation requirement.
Kentucky Association for Environmental Education offers energy mini-grants for Kentucky Green Schools
The Kentucky Association for Environmental Education (KAEE) has announced that they will award $500 mini-grants for area schools affiliated with the Kentucky Green Schools (KGS) program to help fund their energy-themed investigations and action projects.
KWLA award its Outstanding Teacher of the Year and Outstanding Rising Star Teacher awards during the KWLA Fall Conference on Sept. 30.
Entries are currently being accepted for the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. essay, artwork and poetry contests, which are open to students. This year's theme is, “Standing stronger together in unity 'til victory is won."