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  1. Report of the Committee on Education, of the House of Represenatives of Kentucky, on So Much of the Governor's Message as Relates to Schools by Kentucky. General Assembly. Education, 2010-09-05
  2. Public Education in Kentucky: A Report by the Kentucky Educational Commission
  3. Public education in Kentucky;
  4. Public Education in Kentucky; A Report by the Kentucky Educational Commission by General Education Board, 2009-12-21
  5. Public Education In Kentucky: A Report By The Kentucky Educational Commission (1921) by General Education Board, 2010-09-10
  6. Public Education In Kentucky: A Report By The Kentucky Educational Commission (1921) by General Education Board, 2010-09-10
  7. New education laws in Kentucky: The 1998 General Assembly : a report by the Kentucky School Boards Association by J. Stephen Kirby, 1998
  8. Teacher education in service: The function of the general supervisor. Proposals for re-defining the focal responsibility of the general supervisor and ... of School Service, University of Kentucky) by James Robert Ogletree, 1962
  9. The Kentucky Education Reform by Betty E. Steffy, 1993-03-28
  10. Course in physical education for the common schools of Kentucky
  11. School Architecture, Kentucky ... (1917? ) by Kentucky. Dept. of Education, 2009-10-21
  12. Fifty Years of Segregation: Black Higher Education in Kentucky, 1904-1954 by John A. Hardin, 1997-10-16
  13. History of higher education in Kentucky by Alvin Fayette Lewis, 2010-05-13
  14. Black Higher Education in Kentucky, 1879-1930: A History of Simmons University (Studies in American Religion) by Lawrence H. Williams, 1987-03

unittitle Kentucky Education general /unittitle /did scopecontent list type= simple item 1. Public Education in Kentucky A Report by the Kentucky Educational Commission
PUBLIC "-//University of Kentucky::Audio Visual Archives//TEXT (US::KyU::61M158::Linda Neville (1873-1961), Charles Kerr, and Neville family papers, 1847-1959.//EN" "Linda Neville (1873-1961), Charles Kerr, and Neville Family Papers, 1847-1959." Guide to the Linda Neville (1873-1961), Charles Kerr, and Neville family papers, 1847-1959. Processed by: Staff, Margaret Plarr; machine-readable finding aid created by: Margaret Plarr Machine-readable finding aid derived from MS Word. Date of source: December, 2000. Description is in English. Guide to the Linda Neville (1873-1961), Charles Kerr, and Neville family papers, 1847-1959. Special Collections and Archives University of Kentucky Libraries. Lexington, Kentucky 40506 USA Processed by: Staff, Margaret Plarr Date Completed: December, 2000. Encoded by: Margaret Plarr and Zack Bray Descriptive Summary Linda Neville (1873-1961), Charles Kerr, and Neville family papers, 1847-1959. Neville, Linda 8.6 cubic ft.: Group I (83 Boxes), Group II (8 Boxes), Group III (27 Boxes), Photographs (In Photographic Archives: 506 Items contained in 5 Boxes). University of Kentucky Libraries Special Collections and Archives Administrative Information Access Open to researchers by appointment.

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Handbook Registration Board of Directors Tournament Results ... Announcements/Board Minutes - Click Here Congratulations to the 2010 KESDA State Winners: Senior Division: Boone County High School, coach Krista Kohl Junior Division: Rowan County Middle School, coach Kellie Crump

3. Kentucky Education Association | Home
Covers membership benefits and requirements, news, calendar of events, and legislative information. Includes photo gallery.
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The KEA members of the Kentucky Career Technical Education Association votes for officers Nov. 10 - Nov. 16.
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This is a reminder that the delegate forms for the 2011 KEA Delegate Assembly must be returned to the KEA Frankfort office by the November 30th deadline.
The NEA Foundation Awards for Teaching Excellence
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Oxendine joins Governor Beshear, Commissioner Holliday, other school leaders at “kickoff” ceremony for TELL Kentucky Survey
KEA President Sharron Oxendine, Governor Steve Beshear and Education Commissioner Dr. Terry Holliday were the featured speakers at a ceremony held in the state capitol rotunda September 28 to kick off the Teaching, Empowering, Learning and Leading Kentucky Survey, which will be conducted online March 1-25, 2011, to get the opinions of all Kentucky teachers about the teaching and learning conditions in Kentucky’s public schools.
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4. KET Instructional TV | Cyberchase
Show description, episode summaries, Kentucky academic correlations, and show times.
@import url(/style/global_ket_advanced.css); @import url(/itvvideos/style/newer2005.css); CSS is not available in your browser. Though all content is accessible, the page will not appear as intended. Skip Navigation Tools: About KET TV Schedules Programs A-Z Watch Video ... Donate Now Genres: Education Kentucky Public Affairs Arts ...
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Three kids take a wild ride through cyberspace in this animated series. Summoned out of the library by a computer named Motherboard, they use the power of math and logic to defeat the schemes of a villain who is on a quest to take over the cyberworld. Each episode focuses on one big idea. Scheduling Note: The distributor does not allow block feeds of this series. Program of Studies
Mathematics: Number Properties and Operations, Measurement, Geometry, Data Analysis and Probability, and Algebraic Thinking

5. Kentucky Educational Television: Education, Public Affairs, Arts And Culture, On
Lexington. Program schedule and educational services. PBS

6. Kentucky: Council On Postsecondary Education - Home
Provides a list of state supported colleges and universities within the Commonwealth, including links.
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News ... CPE Home The Council on Postsecondary Education will be closed Thursday, November 11 in observance of Veteran's Day; and Friday, November 12, in observance of a statewide furlough day - a budget balancing measure. Bob King, president of the Council on Postsecondary Education, center, visited Campbellsville University recently. Shown with King is Council member Dan E. Flanagan (at left), of Campbellsville, and Dr. Michael V. Carter, president of Campbellsville University. (Campbellsville University photo by Joan C. McKinney) Council on Postsecondary Education News Releases College Access Initiatives Project Graduate KnowHow2GOKY is modeled after the national KnowHow2GO campaign developed by the American Council on Education, Lumina Foundation for Education and the Ad Council.

7. KATE - Kentucky Academy Of Technology Education
Provides news articles and resources for public educators.
Kentucky Academy of Technology Education KATE, the Kentucky Academy of Technology Education, collects the most innovative and successful technology practices in K–12 education and makes them available to the teachers and students of Kentucky the United States and the world. Search MSU COE November 1, 2010
The First Thanksgiving
When you think of Thanksgiving what comes to mind? Turkey, family, football, pumpkin pie? The traditional holiday of Thanksgiving is celebrated differently today than it was in 1621. November is a great time to teach students about the first Thanksgiving. The Pilgrims faced many hardships, but with the help of the Native Americans, they were able to survive in a new land. Read More November 1, 2010
Using vRoom™ to Assist Students Anywhere in the World
By: Simone Parker, Trigg County High School The face of education is changing and we as teachers must find new ways of reaching our students where they are, both physically and educationally. Students in our classrooms are very technologically advanced and with the advance of Web 2.0 applications on the web, students have numerous modes of learning at their fingertips. My students are continuously finding new ways to network and enhance their social lives; why not use the same technology to enhance their learning? vRoom TM is a free program that will allow three users to VoIP (voice over internet protocols) allowing the users to connect and collaborate via the World Wide Web. Teachers, students and parents will be able to connect with video, voice and chat functions that will enhance learning in our classrooms.

8. Kentucky High Schools
Lists all high schools in Kentucky, along with addresses and phone numbers.
A resource of Public and Private U.S high schools data
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All Kentucky high schools are organized by city. The Kentucky high school list includes both public Kentucky high schools and private Kentucky high schools. Click on the city to view all the schools in that city. The number of Kentucky schools in the specific city is also listed.
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Looking for relocation help? We have included information about the crime rates and the schools in each city within Kentucky to try to help people with cross country moves or other long distance moves. The information should give you a more clear picture of the cities in Kentucky that you could be relocating to before you look into long distance moving companies, long distance movers, or local moving companies. View High School Statistics for Kentucky Kentucky Public School Statistics Student/Teacher Ratio Rankings in Kentucky Public School Enrollment Rankings for Kentucky Free Lunch Assistance Rankings in Kentucky Full Time Teacher Rankings in Kentucky Kentucky Private School Statistics

9. Welcome To
Includes bylaws, events, membership application, and directory of officers.
    Kentucky Association of Teacher Educators Main Menu Resources Most Popular Search KATE Members Login Username
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    Welcome to Kentucky Association of Teacher Educators
    The Kentucky Association of Teacher Educators (KATE) is a statewide professional organization affiliated with the Southeastern Regional Association of Teacher Educators and the Association of Teacher Educators (ATE). The purpose of KATE is to promote a closer union, better understanding, and cooperation among all groups concerned with the advancement and improvement of teacher education in Kentucky. Congratulations to Our 2010 Award Winners! Pam Matlock (Murray State University) presents Vivian Hagan (University of Louisville) with the 2010 KATE Professional Development Award at the 2010 KATE Conference. Roy Lauter presents Rebecca Oswald (Asbury University) with the 2010 Kentucky Distinguished Teacher Educator Award at the 2010 KATE Conference.

10. The Family Foundation
Articles on Kentucky education and homeschooling from the Family Foundation.
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11. Featured Subject: Aaron Copland
Kentucky Educational Television s distance learning program presents music and book reviews and articles by and about him from the archives of The New York Times.
Featured Subject: Aaron Copland
With News and Reviews From the Archives of The New York Times In This Feature
  • Reviews of Aaron Copland's Music
  • Reviews of Aaron Copland's Books
  • Articles About Aaron Copland
  • Articles by Aaron Copland Audio
  • Excerpts From the Music of Aaron Copland Related Links
  • John Rockwell Reviews Howard Pollack's 'Aaron Copland' (March 14, 1999)
  • First Chapter: 'Aaron Copland'
    The Associated Press Aaron Copland in 1956. REVIEWS OF AARON COPLAND'S MUSIC:
  • Copland Gives First of 'One-Man' Concerts (October 12, 1935)
    An all-Copland program included an early performance of "El Salon Mexico."
  • Audio Excerpt from 'El Salon Mexico'
  • 'Second Hurricane' in World Premiere (April 22, 1937)
    "Copland's musical efforts were largely confined to choral numbers and these, with their lack of melodic inspiration, their constant repetition of empty, dry phrases, soon grew wearisome, especially as they wanted mood with few exceptions and merely halted the action."
  • Copland 'Short Symphony' Has Premiere Here (January 10, 1944)
    "In more recent years Mr. Copland has chosen to write in a much simpler and more direct manner . . . The symphony, being both abstract and in the less effective early style, cannot be reckoned among its composer's important contributions to the literature."
  • 12. The Prichard Committee For Academic Excellence > Home
    An independent, non-partisan, non-profit organization of Kentucky parents and citizens working to improve education in the Commonwealth at all levels.

    13. KHEAA :: Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority
    Provides useful information about college financial aid for students, parents, financial aid administrators, and high school guidance counselors.
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    14. KCEE
    Non-profit economic education organization that provides training for (K-12) teachers and provides EconomicsAmerica curriculum for the classroom.
    The concept is simple... the impact is huge!
    A financial literacy advocate in every Kentucky school...

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    15. CIPL
    Trains parents to work with teachers and other parents to raise student achievement in their home communities. Includes selection criteria and contact details.

    16. Kycss: Kentucky Center For School Safety
    Information about school safety programs and how to foster safe environments. Includes events and resource library. Located in Richmond.
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    Kentucky Center for School Safety Kentucky Center for School Safety is gearing-up for the Annual Safe Schools Conference, November 15th and 16th. The conference has a . Join with others around the state and learn cutting edge information and techniques to keep our schools safe and healthy learning environments for all. Over 18,000 Pledges So Far... Take the R-E-S-P-E-C-T Pledge... Kentucky Safe Schools Week 2010 is over and everyone did FANTASTIC ...but every link and the pledge is still up. Continue to take the R-E-S-P-E-C-T Pledge and view the state statistics because the numbers count until the end of October!!!

    17. NewCities Institute - Partnership For Successful Schools
    Independent, nonpartisan organization providing programs and strategies which focus community and employer energy on school improvement efforts. Includes a list of the board of directors, descriptions of programs, and ways to get involved. Located in Lexington.
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    Partnership for Successful Schools
    What is the Partnership for Successful Schools?
    The Partnership for Successful Schools was created to deliver practical, real-world programs and strategies that focus community and employer energy on school improvement efforts. Since 1992 the goal of the organization has been to strengthen the bottom line of each community by building effective partnerships to improve schools, accelerate student achievement and addressing the need for a more highly skilled workforce.
    What Did the Partnership for Successful Schools Do?
    The Partnership has provided research, policy development, public information campaigns and has worked directly with schools and school districts to improve student achievement. Recognized statewide and nationally for its work, the merger with NewCities starts a new chapter in the life of education.
    How Do I Get Help From The Partnership?
    The NewCities Institute, created in 2001 by the Kentucky League of Cities, and the Partnership for Successful Schools, formed in 1991 by state business leaders, have merged their work and become the Partnership at NewCities
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    Mobile: 859-455-9595 Office: 859-977-4196 Fax: 859-455.9797

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    Provides professional development and support services to member districts and the commonwealth s department of education. Includes online registration, downloads, staff contacts, and links to members.

    19. KLEA Home Page
    Statewide grassroots advocacy organization serving the needs of non-public school students and their families. Includes legislative history and agenda.
    Join Our e-Mail News List for the Latest on the Kentucky General Assembly
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    20. Meredith-Dunn-School - Where Hearts And Minds Connect
    Louisville. Assists children (K-8) with specific learning difficulties in obtaining academic achievement commensurate with their learning potential. Provides contact information, admissions policy, calendar, and alumnae.
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    Meredith-Dunn School supports students having learning differences or learning disabilities such as: auditory processing disorder, dyslexia, ADD, language based learning differences, and mild sensory integration disorders. We help them gain the skills and confidence necessary to succeed in class and in life.
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