The contest was open to middle and high school students and asked them to create a media presentation, such as a video, that was judged by its content, creativity, organization, overall presentation and mechanics.
Diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) regional coordinators have been named for each of Kentucky’s educational cooperatives to provide DEI guidance and support to their membership districts.
When students return to Central Kentucky schools this year, they will be greeted by visible reminders of the importance of masking.
The Central Kentucky Educational Cooperative invites teams of educators to participate in a professional learning and collaboration opportunity in Kentucky’s statewide Common Assignment System (CAS). The CAS brings together local educators as instructional leaders to develop units of study that embody the Kentucky Academic Standards and enhance literacy across the curriculum. The work began as a research study and is [...]
The Central Kentucky Educational Cooperative (CKEC) has recognized four Fayette County teachers for their excellence in co-teaching. Third-grade teacher Cara Harris and special education teacher Molly Anderson of Breckinridge Elementary School, and science teacher Kevin Crosby and special education teacher Erica Beegle of Tates Creek High School were named the CKEC Fayette County 2016-17 Outstanding Educators. The teams were selected [...]
Leestown Middle teachers Sara Hudson, left, and Sarah Spurlock were recognized by the Central Kentucky Educational Cooperative for their strong teamwork.Photo submitted The Central Kentucky Educational Cooperative (CKEC) has named Sara Hudson and Sarah Spurlock Outstanding Educators because of their strong teamwork at Leestown Middle School (Fayette County). They were recognized at a CKEC luncheon May 27. Spurlock teaches [...]