The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) Office of Special Education and Early Learning (OSEEL) is using federal funding to award scholarships to 87 Kentucky high school students with disabilities.
Kentucky School for the Blind student TaMyah Jordan makes her runway debut at Los Angeles Fashion Revolution show
TaMyah Jordan, a residential student at the Kentucky School for the Blind, made her runway debut as a blind model for Target on the Runway of Dreams stage in Los Angeles.
The State Advisory Panel for Exceptional Children (SAPEC) discussed the state’s State Performance Plan (SPP) targets, the Annual Performance Report (APR) and the State Systemic Improvement Plan (SSIP) during its Dec. 13 meeting.
School threat assessment teams are adopting the Comprehensive School Threat Assessment Guidelines as a result of regional trainings by education cooperatives across the state.
KDE’s Office of Special Education and Early Learning focused its first summit on helping school- and district-level educators improve school climate and culture for students with disabilities.
Can students who are on the autism spectrum or students who have other disabling conditions be considered for gifted and talented services? The simple answer is yes.
Bullitt County's Stacy Crawford Bewley shares what she uses to help her students focus on writing, particularly on grammar and mechanics.
Jessamine County's Ellen Bloyd shares how her district's teachers work together to keep students with moderate to severe disabilities in general education classes with their same-age peers.
Kentucky’s arts accessibility partners will host the second Cultural Accessibility Summit March 30 at the Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center in Bowling Green. The event is a day of learning and discussion about inclusive arts environments.
Lee County's Julia Bishop shares how her students with disabilities need to feel as though they belong to the larger school community.