The newest school within the Boone County Schools system has its first principal.
Two students from Villa Madonna Academy were named National Merit Finalists.
Governor Andy Beshear announced an executive order on Tuesday recommending that all public school districts offer or expand in-person instruction opportunities starting March 1, or seven days after
The following op-ed is written by former State Rep. Jim Wayne, a Democrat from Louisville, who served in the state House from 1990 to 2019.
The following op-ed is written by Tom Haggard, director of the Kentucky Out-of-School Alliance, a nonprofit public awareness and advocacy organization, and member of the Covington board
Beechwood Middle School's speech team won the Kentucky High School Speech League (KHSLL) regional title.
From the Kentucky Department of Education:
Northern Kentucky University announced that it is offering free classes to the community for two days while Gateway Community & Technical College announced low-cost non-credit courses to improv
A Fort Thomas school is one of two from across Kentucky to be named as a National Association of ESEA State Program Administrators (NAESPA) Distinguished School.
The Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education (CPE) is calling on education leaders across the state to take steps to combat a drop in college enrollment, especially in the aftermath of COVID-19.
The Dayton board of education accepted a draft budget for the next school year.
The budget is projected at around $2 million with an 11.9-percent contingency.
The Newport board of education listened to its annual audit report presented by Daniel Demonte and Harold Kremer of the firm Barnes Dennig.
A bill to create a new, fully funded hybrid tier for the Kentucky Teachers’ Retirement System was approved by the Kentucky House of Representatives Thursday.
A Thomas More University student was awarded the English-Speaking Union (ESU) scholarship to attend the University of Oxford.
Saint Thomas School of Fort Thomas announced Kim Huser as the new school principal for the 2021-22 school year.