A new study of recent Kentucky high school graduates shows that approximately 60 percent of those who did not attend postsecondary education entered Kentucky’s workforce and earned less than $8,000
Quantitative researchers claim that everything can be analyzed and generalized through numeric measures. While I understand this from a mathematical standpoint, I disagree fully with this notion.
Twenty-one Villa Madonna Academy students have earned AP Scholar Awards in recognition of their exceptional achievement on AP Exams.
Terry Holliday, Kentucky’s highly-regarded commissioner of education, has been named the 2014 Policy Leader of the Year by the National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE).
The Bellevue High School Band of Gold has the opportunity to perform on the Downtown Disney stage and spend one week in Orlando.
But they need some help.
An effort to create a new head start preschool program in Covington's Eastside neighborhood got a big boost in the form of a $75,000 grant.
Kiki magazine recently revealed a programming overview for KikiLIVE2.0, a STEM and fashion technology workshop for girls taking place on Saturday, July 12, at Cincinnati Country Day School.
Students in Covington are spending the summer honing their math and reading skills -- and also learning more about their hometown.
Kentucky is one of nine states participating in a new collaborative to better assess what students are learning in their college studies.
Ford Motor Company has selected Gateway Community and Technical College to offer its Automotive Student Service Educational Training (ASSET) program in northern Kentucky and southwest Ohio.
Newly appointed members of the Gateway Community and Technical College board of directors were sworn into office at a board meeting at the college’s Boone Campus last week.
Who is the smartest person in Kenton County? A contest seeks to find the answer.
Kentucky will fund 25 bornlearning Academies this fall, Gov. Steve Beshear announced Monday.
Three Transylvania University graduates from Northern Kentucky have been inducted into the school’s Holleian Society, an honor reserved for the top 10 percent of Transy graduates.