Doodle for Google is a national contest hosted by Google that gives K-12 students the opportunity to create a drawing that could be featured on the Google homepage.
Barren County is like many rural areas throughout the Commonwealth of Kentucky: a close-knit community with a trades-based economy. Recognizing this, community leaders, including fiscal court officials, came together with a task for Barren County Area Technology Center students.
Over 1,800 Kentucky educators and administrators are currently a part of the first cohort of LETRS professional learning. Applications for the second cohort, which starts in October, are open now.
Four Kentucky educators have been named as finalists for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST) award.
Woodford County and Berea Independent high school students are changing the landscape of accessibility
Planners for the event invited two schools – Woodford County High School and Berea Community High School – to design a new work cell with Parker Hannifin that will better serve employees with disabilities.
The Marion County Young Historians Club works to preserve the past by repairing aged cemeteries.
The Frazier History Museum is excited to announce a new and ongoing initiative to create inquiry materials for educators built around the artifacts and stories highlighted at the museum.
Jordan Manley, a physical education teacher for the STEAM Academy (Fayette County), has won the SHAPE America 2023 National High School Physical Education (PE) Teacher of the Year award.
Olaoluwakiitan (Kiitan) Adedeji’s was honored as Lexington's first youth poet laureate during a ceremony at the Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning in December.
Kentucky history teachers are invited to attend Teaching About the Holocaust, an event hosted by the Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center in Skokie, Ill.