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FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) - Gov. Andy Beshear has asked schools superintendents across the state to keep schools closed until at least May 1. He reported...
Lower costs linked to increase in signups, tests and completions.
Letcher County district makes decision after complaint.
Teacher chosen for NASA study program.
Students compete at UK during weekend.
Governor’s Cup is Kentucky’s premier academic competition.
Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear has proposed spending increases for public education from kindergarten through college and for health care in his first budget plan.
Beshear said the rising inmate populations and crumbling prisons are sapping the state of money needed for education and health care.
Our “Science Guy,” Jason Lindsey, sat down for an exclusive interview with Lt. Gov. Jacqueline Coleman about education in the state.
Democrat Andy Beshear is stressing education and health care issues as he starts a statewide bus tour.
Teachers unions argue not having enough support staff hinders students' learning and teachers' work.
A group of retired and current teachers canvas neighborhoods to discuss popular election topic's like education.
Kentucky Republican Gov. Matt Bevin has defended his record of supporting public education in response to a new TV ad hitting him on the issue.
A letter was sent to U.S. Secretary of Education urging that the U.S. Dept. of Education provide data on Public Service Loan Forgiveness program.
Kentucky education officials say a growing teacher shortage has become critical and they are launching a recruitment campaign.
U.S. Senate confirmed President Trump's pick for the federal Department of Education's assistant secretary of postsecondary education.
A Clark County public school employee is accused of taking tens-of-thousands of dollars over nearly a decade from the George Rogers Clark High School student activity fund.
U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos will join Governor Matt Bevin in a roundtable discussion at Bluegrass Community and Technical College in Lexington on Wednesday.
Lexington’s Stormwater Quality Projects Incentive Grant Program is entering its tenth year of funding projects to reduce storm water runoff.
Kentucky's largest school district has asked the state's education commissioner to withdraw his request for names of teachers who used sick days to protest at the state Capitol, but the commissioner says he will not back down.