Tuesday, July 23, 2019
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Presentation on UK horticulture science track offered

Rebecca von Groote, the academic coordinator for the University of Kentucky’s horticulture, plant and soil science degree, offers a presentation on the crop, soil...

KDE pays 2016-17 AP test fees for qualifying students

In an effort to increase students’ opportunity to take Advanced Placement exams, the Kentucky Department of Education will underwrite the cost of the tests in the 2016-17 school year for students who qualify for free and reduced-price lunch.

Transforming binge watching to binge learning

Marion County English teacher uses content from a social studies class to improve her students’ literacy skills.

Board of education discusses new accountability system

At its meeting in Frankfort, the Kentucky Board of Education discussed the development of a new accountability system for public schools under the Every Student Succeeds Act.

Taking college prep to another level

AP Capstone program help students learn to write and research topics as college students would.

Pruitt issues state of K-12 public education report

The state of K-12 public education in Kentucky is strong according to Commissioner of Education Stephen Pruitt, though he did say there is room for improvement.

Kentucky schools on national Advanced Placement Honor Roll

Six Kentucky public school districts have been named to the 6th Annual Advanced Placement (AP) Honor Roll, the College Board has announced.

Scores rise as more Ky. students take AP classes

More Kentucky students are taking Advanced Placement (AP) tests and scoring higher, according to data released Tuesday by the College Board. Since 2008, the number...

AdvanceKentucky applications now being accepted

AdvanceKentucky is accepting applications from Kentucky public high schools for Cohort 8. Schools selected to participate (up to 20) would be involved in a three-year partnership that...

AP courses, AdvanceKentucky spell success for Kentucky students

Kentucky students who enroll in Advanced Placement courses in high school are better prepared for college, need little or no remediation and perform better in their postsecondary studies than students who do not take AP classes, according to data released today.