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Governor Beshear proposes quick virus aid in budget plan

The governor offered an ambitious budget plan to lawmakers Thursday evening in his annual State of the Commonwealth speech.

Education Opportunity Accounts Legislation filed in General Assembly

House Bill 149 will help expand education options to majority of K-12 students

Task force suggests ways to improve teacher prep, student reading, math outcomes

Legislature may consider three-year pilot program

Area counties get $1.7 million for ag business, jobs, education efforts

Projects and programs approved span the diverse array of Kentucky agriculture

Parents prioritize mental health, prefer local decision in reopening schools

State board will make recommendations about how to proceed with schools.

Schools confront ‘off the rails’ numbers of failing grades

Virtual learning part of the cause in nationwide trend, experts say.

Education continuum hopes to better link education systems, improve transitions

Gov. Beshear, Lt. Gov. Coleman Announce Creation of Commonwealth Education Continuum

With session on horizon, state lawmakers discussion education ideas

Even during abbreviated sessions, education always a big topic.

Educators feeling hopeful after election

Jill Biden has always been an outspoken woman, while her husband Joe was Vice President, she showed support for her fellow educators and now they're hoping she will continue that role once she becomes First Lady.

State, federal funds boost jobs, roads, education

Somerset, Morehead, Mt. Vernon, Hazard, Booneville all on the list

Teachers’ group endorses McGrath in Senate race

McGrath is the daughter of a teacher.

Forum to look at COVID and future of Education, registration ends Monday

Webinar discusses sort-,log-term impacts of coronavirus on schools at all levels.

State makes progress on education, still short of Top 20 goals

Prichard Committee picks new officers, eyes new strategies.

FCPS sends 18 juniors to Leadership Lexington Youth Program

The leadership program prepares high school juniors through education and interaction as they explore their community.

Education of Jews and non-Jews part of response to flyers

Classes help explore Jewish faith for Jews and non-Jews.

Flyers, threat prompt anti-hatred education effort

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - In response to flyers of hate, and a threatening phone call to the center, Chabad of the Bluegrass will launch...

Education group says schools shouldn’t reopen for in-person classes

Statement urges districts to open with virtual classes.

ABC 36 Teacher of the Week: Ms. Atinay from Sandersville Elementary

Teacher finds second grade is her favorite.

Lexington ranks among the nation’s ‘most-educated’ cities

City comes in better than any others in the region.

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Two women busted in strong-armed robbery case

One of suspects also charged with not depositing business funds.

UK Kroger Field to become vaccination central for teachers, others as it expands

Web site will keep updates o who is eligible, appointments,

Owingsville, Versailles residents, others named to state board

Appointments cover everything from local issues to state policy.