Dr. Ed Hughes, president & CEO of Gateway Community & Technical College is urging supporters to speak up to legislators about the school's planned urban campus in Downtown Covington.
Young students from four Kindergarten classes at Glenn O. Swing Elementary School in Covington were busy Thursday making fleece scarves for needy youngters in Over-the-Rhine in Cincinnati.
Governor Steve Beshear announced Thursday that 49 percent of students started kindergarten this school year ready to learn and succeed.
The first grade students and staff at Piner Elementary along with the Pre-school staff at CCA will be making and selling “Bracelets for Brooklyn” over the next several weeks.
Some students at Bellevue High School created a public service announcement about bullying and uploaded it to YouTube on Thursday.
The Gateway Community & Technical College board of directors has not held a meeting since a testy one in November, possibly the last for all of its members whose terms expired.
The Brent Spence Bridge project, the Gateway Community & Technical College urban metro campus in Downtown Covington, and a new health innovation center at Northern Kentucky University were all
The Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education issued an editorial calling on the Commonwealth of Kentucky to renew its commitment to higher education.
The Northern Kentucky University Chase College of Law announced this week that it has approved a new curriculum for the W.
Teaching basic fire safety in a school in Nairobi, Kenya, changed David Moore's life.
The Northern Kentucky Education Council and Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce are excited to announce the first ever Northern Kentucky Has Talent contest.
Gateway Community and Technical College is introducing a new scholarship aimed at high school students who will graduate in the spring of 2014.
A milestone for the Northern Kentucky University Foundation, Inc., means more support for the students and programs of NKU.