Northern Kentucky University, Thomas More University, Gateway Community & Technical College, Beckfield College, and Brighton Center's Center for Employment Training will receive more than $12 m
From the Kentucky Department of Education:
Newport Independent School District is adjusting its food distribution program that began when schools were closed due to the current global pandemic.
The Ludlow board of education saw a showcase of A Day Without Words, a special program presented by special education teacher Tammy Roberts.
The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) notified all Kentucky public school superintendents on Tuesday that K-PREP testing for the 2019-2020 school year has been canceled.
Governor Andy Beshear announced Friday that he requested all 172 Kentucky school districts, 53 area technology centers, Kentucky School for the Blind and Kentucky School for the Deaf to extend thei
Attendees of a Tichenor Middle School choir concert held March 10 at the Scheben Gymnasium are being informed that they have potentially been exposed to novel coronavirus/COVID-19.
The Kentucky Department of Education announced the Education Continuation Task Force to assist school districts during their closure related to coronavirus/COVID-19.
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A student at Gateway Community & Technical College was named a 2020 New Century Transfer Pathway Scholar and will receive a scholarship worth $2,250.
The Newport board of education named a new superintendent this week, a familiar face to the district.
Representatives of the project transforming the former downtown Covington YMCA and an adjacent building asked the Covington Board of Education to sign on as partners in the industrial revenue bonds
The Dayton Board of Education adopted the calendar for the 2020-21 school year.
The Bellevue Board of Education honored longtime baseball coach Rob Sanders last week after he received the United Way Do Good Award.
Calvary Christian School and Georgetown College announced Thursday a new tuition-match scholarship for students from the private Covington school who attend the college in Scott County.