Holmes High School senior Kyndall Miller was awarded a full scholarship to attend the University of Louisville.
The presidents of the education associations in Kenton, Campbell, and Boone counties (part of the Kentucky Education Association) asked Governor Andy Beshear to veto House Bill 563, dubbed the scho
Gateway Community & Technical College announced the creation of the region's first paramedic to registered nurse (RN) program.
Covington Catholic High School announced the establishment of two new scholarships.
Grade school students in Kentucky may soon have access to funds to allow them more choices in where they go to school.
Boone County's Director of Early Childhood Learning, Dr. Michael Shires, presented to Florence city council this week on the school district's preschool program.
Two eighth grade students from Newport High School have qualified for the Kentucky state academic team competition for the first time in team history.
A Covington native is among the University of Kentucky students working to develop a helmet-testing method and to collect data that will hopefully serve as the start of a crushing-safety standard f
Fort Thomas Independent Schools won the District Team Leadership Award from the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN), an association of K-12 education technology leaders.
The Kentucky General Assembly hopes school will soon be back in session for students and teachers across the Commonwealth with Thursday’s passage of House Bill 208.
The Ludlow board of education met in person Thursday night to discuss the district's plan for students to return.
Teachers and full-time classified staff at Dayton Independent Schools received a $1,000 permanent raise, it was announced last week.
The Bellevue board of education gave the OK to move forward on multiple capital construction projects across the district.