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State board discusses virtual classroom sizes, school libraries

Committee looking for ways to maintain teacher-pupil interaction.

FCPS releases information on reopening of schools

Fayette County Public Schools will not reopen in July, which had been discussed in some circles.

JCPS adding fresh produce to families this summer

Vegetables, fruits and healthy cooking tips at 40 food sites

Lt. Gov. names school reopening task force

Lieutenant Governor Jacqueline Coleman announced who is apart of the task force working on how to continue K-12 education in the fall amidst the pandemic.

Board to discuss applicants for education commissioner

DOE: Board plans a video teleconference on June 4

Lt. Gov. Jacqueline Coleman hosts tribute to graduating seniors

Lieutenant Governor Jacqueline Coleman hosted a one hour program Saturday night to honor high school seniors.

Superintendents start difficult task of planning for the unknown

Superintendents from Kentucky’s 172 school districts joined Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) leadership  during a May 19 webcast in beginning to prepare for the unknown this fall.

KDE to stream ‘Kentucky’s Tribute to Class of 2020’ on May 23

Program to stream online Saturday, May 23 at 7 p.m. ET

Remote learning could continue in fall, schools prepare for the unknown

It is not yet known if students will meet in the classroom, but the Kentucky Department of Education is asking superintendents to be flexible.

KDE releases COVID-19 guidance on graduation alternatives

The Kentucky Department of Education has released two new guidance documents to help districts safely handle graduation alternatives and other end-of- school procedures.

Education task force consider graduation options for Class of 2020

An education task force discusses possible options for graduation ceremonies.

Feedback sought on plan for career and technical education

The Kentucky Department of Education revised its draft of the Carl D. Perkins State Plan.

State to increase Medicaid health services for students

New Medicaid state plan will remove barrier to receiving health services in schools.

Kentucky releases new school accountability report

Kentucky's new school accountability system has awarded the highest five-star rating to 56 schools, while 89 schools lag at the other end of the scale with the lowest score.

FCPS: Test results shows changes are working

Fayette County Public Schools says student test results released Tuesday show the proper steps are being taken to improve targeted schools and expand access and opportunity for every student.

Ky. Dept. of Education’s new website recruits new teachers

The Kentucky Department of Education has launched a new campaign and website to recruit and encourage potential teachers.

Feedback sought for new assessment designs

The Kentucky Department of Education is seeking feedback from teachers, parents and others to help shape tests students will take under new standards for reading, writing, mathematics and social studies.

State invalidates school’s 2017 K-Prep test scores

Kentucky Education Commissioner Wayne Lewis said he would characterize what the investigation found as "cheating."

State Review affirms leadership capacity in Fayette County Public Schools

Department of Education has affirmed that the Fayette County Public Schools district leadership team, under the direction of Superintendent Manny Caulk, has the capacity to support improvement efforts for schools.

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