On April 2, 2018, a 4-by-2-foot Easter egg will show off the work of a student from the Kentucky School for the Deaf at the annual White House Easter Egg Roll.
If there's one thing that Carlee Cornett does not want someone walking out of the plays put on by Lincoln County Middle School to say it's this: "That was cute."
The National Endowment for the Arts issued a report late last year that provides a gap analysis of young children’s social and emotional benefits through arts participation.
The Northern Kentucky Cooperative for Educational Services will host its Regional Physical Education and Arts and Humanities Edcamp on July 18 at North Pointe Elementary School (Boone County) in Hebron. The edcamp is designed for P-12 physical education teachers and arts and humanities teachers. The event is free to teachers from member districts, but is open to all teachers. Six [...]
The Kentucky Historical Society’s outreach program, History smArts, enhances skills in visual and historical literacy among students with the aid of artifact collections.
Applications are being accepted for the 2016 Kentucky Center Academies for Arts & Arts Integration.
The vision for our Owensboro Independent Schools fine arts department – Every Art for Every Child in Every School – is more than a slogan
Robert Duncan has served as the arts and humanities consultant at the Kentucky Department of Education since August 2009, following 28 years of classroom teaching.
Jessamine County schools illustrate their emphasis on arts and humanities with new district-wide coordinators.
At its meeting Tuesday, the Kentucky Board of Education discussed potential changes to the Unbridled Learning Accountability Model and reviewed new social studies and arts and humanities standards. The board heard the first reading of 704 KAR 3:303, Kentucky Academic Standards. Proposed new social studies standards and arts and humanities standards align to college/career-readiness and conform to the requirements for [...]