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After-school instruction benefits Laurel Blue Ribbon school

Wyan-Pine Grove Elementary School, a 2018 National Blue Ribbon School in Laurel County, provides after-school instruction that helps both struggling and high-performing students.

KDE seeking feedback on draft of assessment blueprints for reading and...

The Kentucky Department of Education is seeking feedback on draft assessment blueprints for reading and writing, mathematics and social studies. This is the second opportunity for public review and comment on the assessment blueprints.

Feedback sought on assessment blueprints for reading/writing, math and social studies

The Kentucky Department of Education is seeking feedback on draft assessment blueprints for reading/writing, mathematics and social studies.

KDE working on new tests, classes and standards revision

It was a busy summer for social studies staff at the Kentucky Department of Education, with civics symposiums and planning for new classes, a new civics test and new standards.

Public education sees significant changes during 2017 Regular Session

Local school boards and districts will be implementing lots of new provisions through the coming months with the significant changes made to public education during the 2017 Regular Session.

Middle school math teachers sought for assessments

The faculty and staff in the Center for Research in Mathematics and Science Teacher Development in the College of Education and Human Development at...

Board discusses transforming assessments to improve instruction

At its annual retreat this week, the Kentucky Board of Education discussed a new approach to assessments meant to more accurately measure students’ higher level...

Implementing standards and assessments conference

The Partnership Institute for Math and Science Education Reform (PIMSER) presents Meeting the Challenge: Implementing Standards and Assessments, July 22-24 at the Embassy Suites...

EXPLORE and PLAN results show improvement

Kentucky’s 8th- and 10th-grade public school students made slight gains in nearly all subject areas on EXPLORE and PLAN assessments administered in the fall of 2011.