Kentucky educators from across the state met at the Lexington Embassy Suites on July 17-19 to provide recommendations for cut scores for each of the performance levels for the new science assessments at grades 4 and 7.
Registration is open for the Kentucky Association for Environmental Education’s annual conference Sept. 6-8 at Boone Tavern Hotel in Berea.
The Southeast/South-Central Educational Cooperative will host a workshop on the Next Generation Science Standards for new or relatively new science teachers July 23 at its office in London.
The University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment will host two workshops for teachers on environmental education curricula July 20 and 26 at The Arboretum in Lexington.
Population Education will offer a four-week accelerated online professional learning course on human population growth July 9-Aug. 3. The course is for science and social studies teachers in grades 6-12.
Grant County's Shannon Brickler and Somerset Independent's Natasha Craft are among 104 educators nationwide to be recognized as winners of the prestigious Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.
Foodchain will host a workshop on using aquaponics in the classroom July 21 at its facility in Lexington.
The Kentucky Association for Environmental Education is accepting nominations for its annual Excellence in Environmental Education Awards.
The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) is seeking applicants to complete the process of setting standards for the science assessments in grades 4 and 7.
The Kentucky Science Center is hosting the Future STEM Professionals Summit for middle school and high school students June 16 at Genscape in Louisville and June 22 at Lexmark in Lexington.