To support STEM education, the National Lieutenant Governors Association (NLGA) Lt. Governors’ STEM Scholarship Program will award up to $1,000 to 12 schools in 12 states and territories to support STEM-related programming, projects, equipment, curriculum and other endeavors. The application period is open until March 15, and scholarship applications are welcome from pre-K – 12th grade.
Six schools in Kentucky have been named finalists in the 14th annual Samsung Solve for Tomorrow STEM competition.
“Be the person you needed when you were little.” That’s what being an educator is all about for Amber Dwyer.
PBLNow, a new division of PBLWorks, has developed science project-based units for grades K-12 and is looking for educators to test these units between February and March 2024 to provide feedback.
Held at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., these professional development opportunities provide educators of all disciplines with resources and strategies to effectively integrate primary sources into K-12 classroom teaching.
Justin Moreschi is a 16-year veteran educator currently teaching 4th- and 5th-grade science at Klondike Lane Elementary (Jefferson County).
The statewide average composite score was 18.7, marking an improvement from 18.6 in 2022. A total of 54 Kentucky students achieved a perfect score of 36.
Students from all over the state gathered at the Kentucky State Capitol on Sept. 19 for an opportunity to present their computer science projects to legislators.
When Bourbon County elementary school students return to their classrooms this fall, they will notice a new science program that will inspire their curiosity and foster a deep understanding of scientific principles through hands-on experimentation. The district has launched a new partnership with Discovery Education which will allow teachers to integrate the company’s suite of innovative digital resources into instruction to create dynamic learning environments that more deeply engage students in science.
The Kentucky Department of Education’s (KDE’s) Teachers Advisory Council (TAC) met June 6 to discuss morale among education professionals and changes to academic standards.