Thursday, July 2, 2020
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Three Kentucky students move on to National Braille Challenge Competition

Three students competing in the Kentucky Regional Braille Challenge were named finalists and will be attending the virtual National Braille Challenge Competition. The national competitors are:

Building relationships in alternative programs

Working closely with students and their families helps to ensure the success of students in some of the state’s top alternative programs.

10 alternative programs recognized for exemplary work

In an effort to recognize the work of educators and programs that serve students with a variety of learning needs, the Kentucky Department of Education has named 10 Alternative Programs of Distinction.

VSA Kentucky art exhibit available to schools

The 2018 VSA Kentucky Student Traveling Exhibition, “A Matter of Perspective,” has begun its tour and is available free of charge to schools, museums and other institutions.

Going beneath the surface for a better PD

Teachers mined a wealth of information and materials for their classrooms at a workshop held by the Kentucky Crushed Stone Association.

Schedule the VSA Student Traveling Exhibition now

The 2017 VSA Kentucky Student Traveling Exhibition, “A Matter of Perspective” – which showcases original artwork created by K-12 students with disabilities from schools throughout Kentucky – is now traveling to schools and other community venues throughout the Commonwealth.

Students make themselves at home in new workspace

Adair County High School’s new virtual learning academy offers expanded online learning and an increased focus on college- and career-readiness.

CTE is the ‘new cool’ in Adair County

Satellite CTE programs heighten awareness of career pathways, industry certificates.

Teachers learn to teach art by becoming students

In 1963, Jeffrey Jamner’s kindergarten teacher in New York begged his parents to get him piano lessons. The now-classically trained concert pianist said he was a “non-responsive” child who only became interested in school when his teacher played music.

Students, teachers adapting to technology advancements

Even 10 years ago, the phrase “less than a computer but more than a calculator” might have generated a collective shoulder shrug from students. But that was then, and this is now. Educator Mike Sexton envisions such devices as learning tools in the years to come.