arts and humanities

Conference for speech and debate educators set

The fourth annual SPEAK (the Speech Professional Education Alliance of Kentucky) conference for middle and high school speech and debate educators will be held Sept. 26 at the University of Kentucky. Kentucky High School Speech League Hall of Fame coach Mark Etherton will speak on Kentucky Speech and Debate, Past and Future, which will lead into a conference-wide roundtable discussion about [...]

By |2014-09-03T16:28:28-04:00September 4, 2014|

The Kentucky Center Institute for ECE & Arts Integration accepting applications

The Kentucky Center, in partnership with the Kentucky Department of Education (KDE), has announced  the 2013 Institute for ECE & Arts Integration. The Institute is for Kentucky public school teachers of ECE (Exceptional Child Education) and Arts & Humanities in grades 3-8 and consists of three components: a six-hour Professional Development workshop on March 2 at Hardin County Schools Performing [...]

By |2013-02-05T10:10:20-05:00February 7, 2013|

Teacher Initiated Program for the arts

The Kentucky Arts Council’s Teacher Initiated Program (TIP) grant is for K-12 public or private schools. Teachers work with professional artists to apply for a residency that they create together based on the needs of their school/classroom. It is a match grant where the arts council pays two-thirds of the artist fee, and the school or district provides the remaining [...]

By |2020-09-23T11:18:55-04:00September 8, 2011|

Owensboro superintendent named KMEA’s Outstanding Administrator

Larry Vick, superintendent of the Owensboro Independent school district, is the recipient of the Kentucky Music Educators Association (KMEA) Outstanding Administrator Award for 2010-2011. He was presented the award during the KMEA professional development conference on Feb. 11. Vick was honored for his impact and support of music education.  Under his leadership, the district recently completed a multimillion dollar fine [...]

By |2011-02-22T08:38:12-05:00February 17, 2011|
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