Asbury University will host the Asbury Children’s Literature Conference to promote awareness of new youth literature March 7 at the Andrew S. Miller Center for Communication Arts on the Asbury campus in Wilmore.
After undergoing a rigorous revision process that began in 2017, revised standards for reading and writing and mathematics have been adopted into law.
As a freshman in college, I remember being mesmerized by a young artists and repertoire executive named Sean “Puffy” Combs from Uptown Records. While Puffy can take credit for reconstructing the remix, Obasi Shaw and A.D. Carson, two young African American scholars, can be credited with the modernizing and remixing of the traditional essay.
Applications are being accepted for the Kentucky Reading Project, a year-long graduate-level course focused on research-based literacy instruction for teachers in grades K-5.
Students in grades 3-12 are invited to enter the 2019 Kentucky State Poetry Society Student Contest.
The Northern Kentucky Cooperative for Educational Services (NKCES) is offering a program for primary and special education teachers on retaining sight words and vocabulary March 21 at the NKCES office in Cold Spring.
The KET Young Writers Contest invites students to share their stories through illustrations, short stories and poems. The contest is open to students in all grades and is designed to promote the advancement of children’s literacy skills through hands-on, active learning and to empower children to celebrate creativity and build literacy skills by writing their own stories.
The Kentucky Department of Education is seeking feedback on the proposed English language arts and mathematics assessment blueprints.
Hardin County's Jennifer Wilcox shares her tips for how she keeps reading instruction focused during small group rotations.
Franklin County's Rachel Medina helped her Spanish students with their presentational writing skills by getting them to write original children's stories or adapt an existing one with a new twist.