The Kentucky Reading Project (KRP) is a yearlong graduate-level course centered on research-based reading instruction. It is taught by literacy faculty at each of the eight state universities. Teachers in grades K-5 may participate in KRP and will receive a stipend and graduate credit upon completion of the course in May 2014. The National Center for Family Literacy provides one day of training at each site. This initiative is directed by the Collaborative Center for Literacy Development; more than 3,050 educators have been trained through the program in the past 14 years.

For more information about KRP and the application for the 2013-14 cadre follow the link.

For questions or more information, contact Cary Pappas at or  (859) 257-6118.