Applications are open for the ClassTag Community Engagement Grant recognizing a U.S. school district for the most creative ways they have engaged with their families, staff and community at large. Grant applications are open through July 20.
The Kentucky Department of Education and Cognia are accepting applications for Diagnostic Review team members to serve during the 2022-2023 school year.
The Kentucky Department Education (KDE) is seeking applications for the third cohort of the Kentucky Leading, Educating, Advocating for Directors of Special Education (LEADS) Academy.
At its March 2022 meeting, the OVEC Board of Directors approved a contract with Jason Adkins to succeed Dr. Mooneyhan on October 1.
Sen. Rand Paul is accepting applications for nominations to one of the five United States Service Academies: the Military Academy, Naval Academy, Air Force Academy, Merchant Marine Academy or Coast Guard Academy.
The Kentucky Out-of-School Alliance (KYOSA) is taking steps to improve the quality of the future workforce in Kentucky for STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) and computer science careers by offering the online learning platform Learning Blade to afterschool and summer enrichment programs across Kentucky free of charge.
The Kentucky Department of Education will host a virtual technical assistance session open to vendors whose mission is to provide design, consulting and policy services to local education agencies (school districts) to assist them in making transformational change.
The Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence, through its Kentucky Collaborative for Families and Schools, has selected 58 Kentucky schools to participate in a peer learning group to increase family engagement as a primary strategy to improve student outcomes in learning.
Pursuant to KRS 158.186, before Sept. 15 of each year the commissioner of education must distribute copies of KRS 158.183, which details the “rights of students,” and KRS 158.195, which requires each public elementary and secondary school to “display the national motto” of the United States.
The U.S. Census Bureau is inviting K-12 educators to become an ambassador for its Statistics in Schools (SIS) program, a free education program with activities created by teachers, for teachers, that leverage census data to create engaging and easily downloadable classroom activities for students.