This story has been updated to correct the student's age. He is 14, not 15. RCN regrets the error.
Ludlow Independent Schools superintendent Michael Borchers explained to the board of education the changes coming from recently adopted legislation by the Kentucky General Assembly.
Three Holmes High School students have been selected to the Kentucky Governor’s Scholars Program.
Covington Catholic High School announced that five students were accepted into the 2018 Kentucky Governor's Scholars Program and four were accepted to the Governor's School for the Arts.
Ludlow Independent Schools moved up dramatically in the Kentucky School Board Association District Energy Rankings.
Secretary of Education and Workforce Development Hal Heiner stepped down from that role on Monday and was appointed by Governor Matt Bevin to the Kentucky Board of Education.
Kentucky chapters of the Democratic Socialists of America - including a Northern Kentucky chapter - are raising funds for teachers who engage in sick-outs or work stoppages in the coming
When our state legislators passed the Kentucky charter school law last year, we celebrated – and immediately got to work.
The website Backgroundchecks.org released its list of the top 100 school districts in Kentucky and most of the top ten are found in Northern Kentucky.
Students at Holmes Middle School will take computer science classes and learn to create their own apps next year thanks to a grant from Project Lead the Way and the Verizon Foundation.
Northern Kentucky University’s master of arts in education- teacher as leader program has been ranked 16th for best value in the 2018 Best Online Colleges list by SR Education Group.
A Northern Kentucky teacher writes about the "walk-ins" conducted by teachers in protest of cuts to education and teacher retirements:
Written by Gerry St. Amand, interim president of Northern Kentucky University
Covington Independent Public Schools was awarded $1.165 million in grants from the 21st Century Community Learning Centers Program.
Bellevue Independent Schools are secure, Superintendent Robb Smith said at the recent board of education meeting.