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Upcoming school year shaping up to be a busy one with...

The 2014-15 school year is upon us, and it’s going to be an exciting and busy school year for Kentucky public school students, educators...

Applications due August 15 for global competency/world language grants

Global competence is critical for innovation in the 21st century. The next step for Kentucky’s commitment to college- and career-readiness is to ensure that...

Kentucky Global Schools Network: Learn and launch grants available

Global competence is critical for innovation in the 21st century. The next step for Kentucky’s commitment to college- and career-readiness is to ensure that...

Preparing students to be globally competent

Ever since the General Assembly passed Senate Bill 1 in 2009, the Kentucky Board of Education (KBE) has strongly supported the addition of world...

Economic development resource and reminder of world language Program Review

Mapping the Nation website is sponsored by the Asia Society, Longview Foundation and Statistical Analysis System. It illustrates the impact of the global economy on...

KBE reviews educator effectiveness model, names new districts of innovation

Plans for a statewide system of evaluation for Kentucky certified educators culminated in a discussion before the Kentucky Board of Education at its meeting...

Playful teaching method helps German teacher, her students excel

Kentucky’s world language teacher of the year uses innovative methods and technology to reach her students.

World Language learning webinar scheduled for Dec. 4

A live webinar “Next-Gen World Language Learning” will be Dec. 4 at 3 p.m. EST with Tom Vander Ark, CEO of Getting Smart, a...

World language focus of U.S. Department of Education visit

U.S. Deputy Secretary of Education Tony Miller spent time in Lexington last week as part of a national tour aimed at highlighting  notable school programs. Miller...

Cultural participation best way to improve world language teaching, participant says

Educators from Kentucky and Uruguay find their cultures and professions have some similarities and many differences.