Tuesday, July 7, 2020
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Making things easier

Transition schools assist students making the adjustment to middle or high school.

Lowe takes top honors in Kentucky Braille Challenge

Shane Lowe, a middle school student at the Kentucky School for the Blind (KSB) took top prize for having the high score for all levels and categories in the Kentucky Braille Challenge on Jan. 27. 

KSB, Printing House for Blind host first Kentucky Braille Challenge

The Kentucky School for the Blind (KSB) and the American Printing House for the Blind (APH) are hosting the Kentucky Braille Challenge on Thursday, Jan. 27 from 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. for students in grades K-12 who read and/or write Braille.

FCCTC prepares students for the future

The Franklin County Career and Technical Center delivers instruction specifically focused on workplace skills, safety and health, communication and teamwork, and problem-solving skills to its students.

Cybersafety a lesson students should learn, teachers say

Students across central Kentucky have been learning about cybersafety through the Internet Safety for Children Project.

Geology resources

The Kentucky Geological Survey has developed many resources to support K-12 geology and earth science classes. Visit the resources here and the geology of...

Taking a bite out of success

As they took bites of different apples, 2nd-grade students at Anne Mason Elementary School (Scott County) kicked off a science unit without even realizing it.

ACT results for juniors show improvement, gains

Results from the 2010 administration of the ACT to Kentucky’s public school juniors show improvements in all subject areas and higher percentages of students ready for college-level coursework.

Average ACT scores unchanged

Average ACT scores for Kentucky’s 2010 public high school graduates were mostly constant from those in 2009, although more students met college-ready benchmarks in mathematics and science according to the Kentucky Department of Education and the Council on Postsecondary Education.

High school class of 2010: What does its future look like?

Over the past few weeks, several reports have spurred me to consider the outlook for our most recent graduating class of Kentucky students. Readers should...