Monday, October 22, 2018
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KDE launches new professional learning website

The Kentucky Department of Education has launched a new Professional Learning Bulletin Board website, which gives educators information regarding professional development providers and programs.

GSA summer program accepting applications

Applications are being accepted for The Kentucky Center Governor’s School for the Arts (GSA) 2019 summer program auditions.

Nominations open for U.S. Presidential Scholars Program

The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) is accepting nominations for the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program.

Nominations open for gifted education awards

The Kentucky Association for Gifted Education is accepting nominations for its awards programs.

Mason teacher named to FCCLA board of directors

Shannon B. Roberts, a family and consumer sciences teacher at Mason County High School, has been named to the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America board of directors.

KyStats briefings include info on education, workforce data

The Kentucky Center for Statistics is conducting a series of briefings across the state to share the work it is doing to connect, analyze and share Kentucky data.

VSA Kentucky offers grants for inclusionary arts projects

Teachers are invited to apply for VSA Kentucky’s Arts Inclusion awards for the 2018-2019 school year. The program will award 25 to 30 grants of $1,300 each to schools for arts projects that include students of all abilities.

PBS offers educators opportunity to hone media literacy skills

Educators who demonstrate their expertise in teaching students to be critical and responsible consumers and creators of media can be recognized as PBS Certified Media Literacy Educators.

One week remains to give feedback on revised social studies standards

The Kentucky Department of Education is seeking feedback on the revised Kentucky Academic Standards for Social Studies.

Computer-based ACT to be repeated for students unable to take exam

ACT plans to repeat the first ACT that was exclusively computer-based at international testing centers Sept. 29 for students who were unable to take the test due to glitches.