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Study Reveals Parents Worried About Teaching Science to Their Kids

April 16, 2018 - In a first-of-its kind survey, Education Development Center (EDC) and SRI International spoke to more than 1,400 parents about the educational activities they do with their young children. The findings showed that far more parents would engage in science-related activities with their children—if they knew how. The survey results are captured in What Parents Talk […]

New Course: The Role of FRYSC in Kentucky Schools

April 12, 2018 - A new training course is available in PBS LearningMedia on the role of Family Resource and Youth Services Centers in schools. Produced by KET in partnership with the Cabinet for Family and Health Services, the course is designed for principals, administrators, and experienced SBDM council members.

Julia Is Back with a New Episode and Other Learning Resources for Autism Awareness Month

April 3, 2018 - Julia is back with new episodes and more! Everyone on Sesame Street is ready to play “Shape Hunt” – a game where you search for different shapes around you! But when both teams have a hard time finding shapes, Julia helps by finding them in places no one else thought of! Tune-in to an all-new […]

DEADLINE EXTENDED FOR THE 2018 YOUNG WRTERS CONTEST

March 30, 2018 - Students in kindergarten through 8th grade are invited to submit stories and poems for the 2018 KET Young Writers Contest. The contest, which runs January 1 through March 30, encourages students in KET’s viewing area to celebrate the power of crafting stories, poems and illustrations by submitting their own, original work.

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