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Partnerships are critical

I want to give a “shout out” to one of our university partners. I recently had the pleasure of speaking to a group of...

Innovation Fund grants available

The Fund for Transforming Education in Kentucky (The Fund) is helping educators, administrators and other leaders understand and create a culture of innovation across...

Presenters sought for Innovations for Learning Conference

The Innovations for Learning (IFL) Conference 2014, sponsored by the University of Kentucky College of Education, the Fayette County Schools and the Central Kentucky...

New fund to provide support for innovative teachers, schools

Several business, government and education leaders announced this week the launch of a new non-profit organization that will encourage and support innovative new approaches...

Innovative programs highlighted on KET

The next Education Matters, “Innovations In Student-Directed Learning,” explores how Kentucky schools are using innovative strategies to put technology into the hands of students,...

Former education commissioner to head UK’s National Center for Innovation in...

The National Center for Innovation in Education is being established at the University of Kentucky College of Education with funding from two of the country's leading foundations -- the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.

Holliday files papers for non-profit corporation

Kentucky Education Commissioner Terry Holliday on Wednesday filed the Articles of Incorporation for the Fund for Transforming Education in Kentucky, an independent 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation.

Creating a Culture of Innovation Summit planned for Oct. 26-27

School innovation will be the focus of a special summit planned for Louisville later this month. The Kentucky Department of Education and the eight regional...

Kentucky Board of Education adopts restraint and seclusion policy

Teachers to get training in de-escalation techniques under new policy.

Handful of education bills pass during 2012 legislative session

Funding, innovation and improving student achievement topped education considerations during regular session of 2012 Kentucky General Assembly.