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Kentucky recognized for internet access

Kentucky was recognized for its commitment to provide high-speed internet access to all students in the Commonwealth in Education Week’s annual Technology Counts edition.

Education Week seeks to profile exceptional leaders

Education Week is seeking input for its annual Leaders to Learn From report, which profiles some of the most exceptional leaders working in school...

Webinar promises new approaches to testing

The assessment field in K-12 education is in a period of transition — sparked by widespread dissatisfaction with conventional testing formats, changes in technology...

Webinar set on ELA standards

An Education Week webinar aimed at helping teachers meet the new English/Language Arts standards will be held from 2 to 3 p.m. on Oct....

Blending mathematics instruction for elementary grades

Education Week and Dreambox are sponsoring a free webinar Feb. 13, 2014, from 1 to 2 p.m. ET, based on the idea of blended...

Kentucky holds steady in national education report

Education Commissioner Terry Holliday praised Kentucky teachers, administrators, parents, students, business and community members recently following the release of an annual assessment of all states...

Kentucky fares very well in “Diploma Count” Report

Education Week’s 2013 “Diploma Counts” report shows the Kentucky graduation rate is among the most improved in the nation. The rate moved from 63.7 percent...

Kentucky breaks into Top 10 in national education ranking

Kentucky’s ranking in an annual assessment of all states on key education indicators rose four places, making it 10th in the nation for its...

Leadership forum in Indiana, New York

Road Maps to Common Core Success, an Education Week Leadership Forum, will be held in Indianapolis on March 11, 2013, and in White Plains,...

Kentucky leaps 20 spots in national education ranking

Kentucky’s ranking in an annual grading of all states on key education indicators rose dramatically this year, placing the state 14th in the nation...