Six years ago, former Kentucky Valley Educational Cooperative (KVEC) Associate Director Dessie Bowling had an idea for a sustainable program that would give area technology center (ATC) students an opportunity to build tiny houses in eastern Kentucky.
Diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) regional coordinators have been named for each of Kentucky’s educational cooperatives to provide DEI guidance and support to their membership districts.
Some Kentucky schools are teaching students how to design and build drones, while others are using them as teaching tools in a number of subject areas.
The Kentucky Department of Education has recognized three educational organizations and their employees for their dedication and support of education technology by selecting them as recipients of the 2016-17 Stilwell Award.
Three high schools are helping Eastern Kentucky elementary school students get a taste of Spanish while improving their own skills.
Anji Davidson shares how the Expeditionary Learning Fellows helped her explore the learning potential of the great outdoors.
The Kentucky Valley Educational Cooperative is pioneering an exciting initiative that will increase place-based inquiry learning in classrooms across the region with the Expeditionary Learning Fellows Initiative.
Funding from the Kentucky legislature is allowing more than 250 high schools and area technology centers to offer the Microsoft IT Academy to their students.
With the help of a $30 million grant, 17 school districts are beefing up their technology to advance personalized learning.
The Appalachian Renaissance Initiative (ARI) will hold a Promising Practices Summit from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Oct. 24 at the Eastern Kentucky Expo Center in Pikeville. ARI, funded by a federal grant, is working to bring new technology to 17 districts and 99 schools in the Kentucky Valley Educational Cooperative. Event highlights will include: Authentic demonstrations of teaching [...]