Kentucky Educational Television (KET) has created a new way for students to tour the state Capitol and learn about social studies and civics topics during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Kentucky Department of Education's Office of Career and Technical Education will be hosting a two-part webinar series on career studies in the middle school classroom. The webinars are designed to support teachers as they guide students in developing Individual Learning Plans.
Like so many events of the pandemic era, the 2021 Kentucky World Language Association (KWLA) World Language Showcase will take place virtually April 11.
Elementary teachers can apply by March 31 for the free year-long graduate-level Kentucky Reading Project (KRP) course for 2021-2022.
Kentucky Educational Television (KET) is offering a new series of online videos to complement the current session of the General Assembly.
The Louisville Zoo is holding its annual recycled art contest – dubbed “Trashformation” – online this year.
With professional development money seemingly dwindling every year, educators are finding it harder and harder to learn new and innovative ways to teach America’s past and help students connect with it. While we know how to teach the flawed pantheon of historical figures, many of our students fail to see someone who looks or thinks like them.
Kentucky Educational Television (KET) is offering videos and other materials to help teachers incorporate Kentucky studies into Black History Month lessons.
February is Career and Technical Education (CTE) Month, and the Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) is partnering with NASA HUNCH to promote CTE through a student video contest.
The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) is seeking feedback on revised state performance goals proposed by the Perkins V Steering Committee for the Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act – also known as Perkins V.