Rhonda Smith, physical education and health teacher at Lloyd Memorial High School, was named Secondary Physical Education Teacher of the Year by the Kentucky Association for Health, Physical Educat
State legislators are considering a range of options to promote dual credit courses as a way to increase college enrollment while reducing the cost of a degree.
A federal grant being pursued by the Commonwealth of Kentucky could lead to universal preschool in eight local school districts.
A member of the Covington Board of Education has resigned and will be moving from the city.
The ExploreMore program has moved from Northern Kentucky University to Covington Latin School.
Atop a hill near a busy entrance to the Northern Kentucky University campus stands an 1850s log cabin given to the university library decades ago by Kentucky's Gosney family.
VonLehman Company, an accounting, tax and advisory firm with offices in Fort Mitchell, Cincinnati, and Indianapolis, has established a new scholarship for advanced manufacturing students at Gateway