The Kentucky Department of Education’s (KDE's) Office of Career and Technical Education (OCTE) has announced the list of 32 schools that will receive mini-grants to help defray expenses as they represent the Commonwealth at the 2022-2023 CTE Showcase at the Capitol on Feb. 21 and the Kentucky School Board Association (KSBA) Annual Conference on Feb. 24.
Reggie Taylor entered the field of education after working in business and realizing that work did not fulfill his purpose. Now, he is Owen County’s new superintendent, beginning his tenure on July 1. He replaces former superintendent Robert Stafford.
The Kentucky Board of Education voted to approve changes to the state’s accountability system recommended by the Kentucky Department of Education during its Feb. 3 regular meeting.
This week we head over to KDE’s Division of School and Community Nutrition to spotlight Program Coordinator Christina Johnson.
Thirteen Kentucky public high school students have been named to the Commissioner’s Student Advisory Council, a group that provides input to Kentucky Commissioner of Education Wayne Lewis.
Seven Kentucky public high school students have been named to the Commissioner’s Student Advisory Council, a group that provides input to Kentucky Commissioner of Education Stephen Pruitt.
A new pathway helps students earn a bachelor’s degree in nursing faster, with lower costs and more opportunities to earn credentials along the way.
Owen County students studied the life of an accomplished native son and worked in a collaborative writing environment to make his story known.
Andrew Perry and his daughter Alexandria, a 7th-grade student at Maurice Bowling Middle School (Owen County) work on the Leader in Me mosaic created by students and family members during a family night at the school.Submitted photo by Anderson Sunda By Anderson C. Sunda email@example.com “Set your course by the stars, not by the lights of every passing [...]
Too often in the past we’ve thought of career and technical education as being an alternative pathway for students who, for one reason or another, weren’t going to attend a college or a university. It is time for all of us in the Commonwealth to realize that CTE is for everyone.