The Kentucky Board of Education held several discussions around online, virtual and remote learning during its regular meeting on Aug. 3, held at Lake Cumberland.
Joanna Stevens pictured herself as an educator since she was a child. Being the daughter of a teacher and a 4-H extension agent, she always felt drawn to education. She explored other career options like accounting and pharmacy, but when she started tutoring after school, she realized how much she enjoyed helping her peers.
Kentuckians may know Joud Dahleh through her many roles: a helper, hospital volunteer, mentor, peer tutor, student and aspiring travel nurse. On July 1, the incoming junior at the Ignite Institute (Boone County), will begin a new role as the next Kentucky Board of Education (KBE) nonvoting student member.
The Kentucky Board of Education (KBE) held its 2022 Educator Excellence Recognition luncheon during its June 8 meeting in Frankfort.
About four years ago, the old me - the one who didn’t like to speak in front of crowds, the one who didn’t like controversy or conflict, the one who never dreamed of going against the grain unknowingly - opened a door to a life of advocacy and leadership.
Let me start off by saying this is the continuation of something so admirable for the future of this Board of Education and the students of our Commonwealth. The work we have done these past two years will transcend far beyond this current moment and soon touch every stakeholder in this system.
After eight years of being a state-managed or state-assisted district, Menifee County Schools has been released from state assistance.
Kentucky Board of Education subcommittee begins work on Portrait of Learner/Graduate statewide model
The Kentucky Board of Education (KBE) Portrait of Learner/Graduate Subcommittee met for the first time on May 16 to begin taking steps to create a vision statement describing what a learner should know and be able to do before they graduate high school.
The Kentucky Board of Education held its April regular meeting at the Kentucky Student Technology Leadership Program (STLP) state championship on April 20. The board members toured the STLP projects and challenges and also received an update on the Lt. Governor’s student mental health work.
Sharon Porter Robinson has spent almost five decades working in and for education and a lifetime doing civil rights work. On April 7, she was recognized for her efforts with the 2022 Lucy Harth Smith-Atwood S. Wilson Award for Civil and Human Rights in Education at the 50th Kentucky Education Association (KEA) Delegate Assembly.