Square1, the local organization that works with young entrepreneurs, announced the winners of its NEXT final pitch competition, which was held in late April.
The Greater Cincinnati Remake Learning Days festival is scheduled for Friday, May 15 through Sunday, May 17.
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Written by Matt McCarty of the Kentucky School Board Association
Every year the Kentucky Radon Program hosts a Radon Poster Contest in order to educate on the dangers of the colorless, odorless gas known as Radon and the importance of testing your home.
Bellevue Independent Schools announced the launch of a new program, NUE Vue, an acronym for New Urban Education (Bellevue).
Northern Kentucky University announced that it will expand its Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree with the addition of a fully online program.
Northern Kentucky University’s Dr. Gannon Tagher and Dr. Yaw Frimpong-Mansoh have been named to the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) 2021 Emerging Leaders Program.
From Covington Independent Public Schools.
A Cooper High School teacher was honored by the National Center for Women and Information Technology (NCWIT), the INTERalliance of Greater Cincinnati announced Tuesday.
The Covington board of education discussed the setting up of a new committee to review projects seeking approval for a payment in lieu of taxes (PILOT) incentive, a common practice in local develop
Gateway Community & Technical College is the sub-recipient of the University of Louisville’s Modern Apprenticeship Pathways to Success Program (MAPS) grant.
The official lists of students named to the Governor's School for the Arts and the Governor's School for Entrepreneurs.
A Newport educator was awarded the Smart/Maher Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) National Citizenship Education Teacher Award from the John R. Little VFW Post #3186 in Southgate.