During its March 15 meeting, the Kentucky Department of Education’s (KDE) Teachers Advisory Council (TAC) – comprised of about 20 teacher leaders from across the Commonwealth – discussed the 2022 Impact Kentucky Working Condition Survey.
I’ve been thinking a lot recently about why we are having such a hard time across Kentucky – and the nation – recruiting new teachers and keeping the ones we already have.
Student Advisory Council hears update on KBE nonvoting member application process, Impact Kentucky survey results
The Kentucky Department of Education’s (KDE’s) Commissioner’s Student Advisory Council heard an update on the application process for the next student and teacher nonvoting members of the Kentucky Board of Education (KBE) at its Feb. 25 meeting.
Superintendents dive into 2022 Impact Kentucky survey results, receive legislative update during webcast
During the Feb. 15 Superintendents Webcast, and coming off the heels of last week’s release of the 2022 Impact Kentucky Working Conditions Survey results, staff from the Kentucky Department of Education provided district leaders with context on how to examine the data to make informed decisions for their schools.
The Kentucky Department of Education’s (KDE’s) Superintendents Advisory Council (SAC) discussed legislative updates and guidelines on being up to date on COVID-19 vaccinations during its Feb. 10 meeting.
Kentucky superintendents hear updates on HB 563, School Funding Task Force legislative recommendations
Kentucky Department of Education leadership met with district leaders on Nov. 16 for the department’s monthly Superintendents Webcast to provide details on litigation surrounding House Bill 563.
The next Impact Kentucky survey of educators will be given this fall, but first education officials want feedback on the survey given during the 2019-2020 school year.
The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) released results June 1 from the inaugural 2020 Impact Kentucky survey, which asks teachers about their working conditions and helps improve the environment for educators across the state.
The Principal Advisory Council (PrAC) met virtually April 22 to discuss end-of-year concerns and the likelihood of having an alternate schedule as the 2020-2021 school year begins.
Interim Education Commissioner Kevin C. Brown told the Teachers Advisory Council that Kentucky’s efforts to continue education during the COVID-19 emergency compare favorably with other states.