In its second year, nontraditional camps at several of the state’s area technology centers are giving students a look at careers they might not have considered.
Casey County High School teacher Garlen Whitis decided go small for his construction class after years teaching students to build larger homes.
The Youth Employment Solutions program allows schools and businesses to work together to give students real-world work experience.
Burgin Independent is partnering with a nearby Kentucky Utilities power generating station to help students study energy and power.
Kentucky is among a group of 17 states that committed to develop and execute a detailed plan to implement recommendations made in a report by the Council of Chief State School Officers Career Readiness Task Force
Owensboro Independent and Daviess County schools worked together to create a project-based learning centered school.
A new program at Kentucky School for the Deaf is opening career pathways for students from nearby Burgin and Danville high schools, as well as its own students.
State education leaders consider study recommendations as they focus on how to move Kentucky’s career and technical education into the 21st Century.
Last week Gov. Steve Beshear signed Senate Bill 38 (SB 38), a measure aimed at providing a career pathway process for secondary education in Kentucky. Through a more rigorous academic focus on career and technical education (CTE), the bill provides for a career-based program of study to make students’ high school years more relevant to their futures as working adults. [...]