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Felicia Cumings Smith, Ed. D., has spent almost her entire career in Kentucky education, starting as an elementary and reading resource teacher in Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS), where today she serves as assistant superintendent for teaching and learning.
He’s been dean of the College of Education at the University of Kentucky for a year, but Dr. Julian Vasquez Heilig traveled a long road as an academic and practitioner to get there.
At its June 25 meeting, the Kentucky Board of Education used reference information received by the search firm Greenwood/Asher and Associates Inc. to narrow the list of potential candidates for the education commissioner position down to four.
The Kentucky Board of Education conducted 11 virtual interviews for the open Kentucky education commissioner position over the span of two special virtual meetings held June 11-12.
The Kentucky Board of Education (KBE) is accepting nominations for the Kelly Award for Business and Education Partnership.
I am writing today because you are critical partners to our educational system. Your voice matters and everything we do in education is a direct response to the teaching and learning that we know is extraordinarily important to the growth of your children.
At its June 4 special virtual meeting, the Kentucky Board of Education (KBE) reviewed individual applications for the open position of commissioner of the Kentucky Department of Education (KDE).
Lt. Gov. Jacqueline Coleman asked Kentucky Board of Education (KBE) members at their June 3 meeting to consider three proposals – to widen the board’s perspective, train teachers, staff and students on racial bias, and increase the diversity of the teacher workforce.
With many in the state and nation shaken by the deaths of Ahmaud Arbery, George Floyd and Louisville’s Breonna Taylor, the Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) issued guidance on June 3 on how districts can help facilitate conversations about race-based stress and trauma and how to help students, their parents and staff.