Friday, January 17, 2020
Tags Unbridled Learning

Tag: Unbridled Learning

Program Review clarification

The Unbridled Learning accountability model is organized around the Kentucky Board of Education’s four strategic priorities: Next-Generation Learners, Next-Generation Instructional Programs and Support, Next-Generation...

Close the Deal opens doors for students

Event gives high school seniors important college connections.

Career readiness targeted in Bullitt County with CRC

Center gives students a different approach to career readiness.

ERS ready to roll up their sleeves for schools

Recovery specialists work to improve more than just test scores.

Advisors give sound advice to 8th, 10th graders

Operation Preparation helps students plan for the future.

Kentucky granted NCLB flexibility request

The U.S. Department of Education (USED) announced today that Kentucky’s application for flexibility under federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act/No Child Left Behind (ESEA/NCLB) has been approved.

Board moves forward with implementation of testing accommodation restrictions

The Kentucky Board of Education continues to flesh out the Unbridled Learning assessment and accountability system.

Federal waiver driving new accountability system

Schools will have an annual goal and a five-year target for proficiency under Kentucky’s proposed accountability model.

State assessment system gives some accountability to high schoolers

High school students’ grades will depend on how they do on state accountability tests.

Middle schools ‘EXPLORE’ college/career readiness

In addition to the K-PREP tests, middle school students will be assessed on their college and career readiness.