The Kentucky School for the Deaf (KSD) celebrated its seven graduating students on May 19 at a graduation ceremony held at the school in Danville.
Gov. Andy Beshear today announced that incoming Kentucky high school seniors who have previously taken the ACT will be eligible to take the test a second time for free during a statewide ACT retake day in the Fall of 2022.
Seventeen Kentucky public high school students have been named to the 2022-2023 Commissioner’s Student Advisory Council, the Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) announced May 26.
Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky (FHKY) and the Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) launched today a new public service campaign informing Kentucky students in grades K-12 and their parents of five habits they can form this summer to set themselves up for a successful school year.
2022 Kentucky Teacher of the Year testifies before U.S. House Subcommittee on Civil Rights and Civil Liberties
2022 Kentucky Teacher of the Year Willie Edward Taylor Carver Jr. testified before the U.S. House Subcommittee on Civil Rights and Civil Liberties in Washington, D.C., on May 19.
Kentucky School for the Blind students digging into the past as part of UofL summer archeological field school
Sitting on the ground in front of a pile of dirt in the far back portion of the Kentucky School for the Blind (KSB) campus, 7th-graders Wyatt Wilson and David Yeast began a conversation about the things they expected to dig up and what it means for the future.
The Kentucky School for the Blind (KSB) celebrated its graduating students on May 17 at a graduation ceremony held at the school. The 2022 KSB graduates are A’Miracle Foard, Justin Goodlett and Leanna Lewis.
Kentucky Board of Education subcommittee begins work on Portrait of Learner/Graduate statewide model
The Kentucky Board of Education (KBE) Portrait of Learner/Graduate Subcommittee met for the first time on May 16 to begin taking steps to create a vision statement describing what a learner should know and be able to do before they graduate high school.
Malaika Williams has taken on a new role at the Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) as the diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging (DEIB) coordinator in the Office of Special Education and Early Learning.
The Kentucky Department of Education's Office of Special Education and Early Learning hired five early learning specialists using ARP ESSER funding to help address unfinished learning brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.