The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) hopes to inspire students to discover engineering through the Kentucky Engineering Exposure Network (KEEN).
Registration is now open for the fall 2021 term of the Kentucky Association for Environmental Education’s (KAEE’s) eeCredentials. The eeCredentials program is a certificate that can be earned by completing a series of courses designed to increase your knowledge and skills in a certain area.
Six Kentucky educators have been selected as state finalists and are now eligible to receive a Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST) award, the nation’s highest honor for U.S. K–12 science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and/or computer science teachers.
Over the course of two virtual meetings, the Science Advisory Panel and Review Committee established a vision that will guide their work as they begin the revision process for the Kentucky Academic Standards for Science.
Bryan Station High School (Fayette County) is among 27 schools, three early learning centers, five districts and five postsecondary institutions being honored for their innovative efforts to reduce their environmental impact and utility costs, improve health and wellness, and ensure effective sustainability education.
The National Center for Earth and Space Science Education has announced the Student Spaceflight Experiments Program (SSEP) Mission 16 to the International Space Station. Students across the country will have an opportunity to design and propose microgravity experiments to fly in low-Earth orbit on the International Space Station (ISS).
The Kentucky Department of Education, in collaboration with the Kentucky Environmental Education Council, the Education and Workforce Development Cabinet and Lt. Gov. Jacqueline Coleman's office, is excited to offer a summer enrichment program option to get students engaged and eager for in-person learning.
The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) is seeking feedback on the current Kentucky Academic Standards for Science.
Kentucky students can join free virtual programs via Zoom on biology and natural history. Three programs are available, each recommended for different grade levels:
Online training is scheduled for Nov. 11 on how to teach science, technology, writing, engineering, art and math virtually.