KET is harnessing the power of technology and preparing Kentuckians for the jobs of tomorrow with high-quality digital STEM and workforce resources and related professional development.
Long-term impact of pandemic on learning is uncertain
November 24, 2020 - Renee Shaw talks with Kentucky Education Commissioner Jason Glass about how the COVID pandemic is impacting public schools and students. He also talks about the Department of Education's new chief equity officer and previews the 2021 General Assembly.
Virtual Learning Series responds to needs from Early Childhood educators
November 24, 2020 - For the past two months, KET Early Childhood has reserved Thursday afternoons for the Virtual Learning Series. The series is a response to the need of high- quality professional development on proper utilization of technology and media in the early childhood classroom. Each training explored media and ways it can be utilized in the classroom to address various needs.
A Trusted Space: Screening opportunity for educators
November 23, 2020 - It’s been a challenging fall semester for educators, so KET is offering a special online communal viewing event about teaching in these unprecedented times. Educators are invited to watch and discuss A Trusted Space, a new film on mitigating the effects of grief and trauma affecting students and teachers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Announcing the 2021 KET Young Writers Contest!
November 18, 2020 - It’s been said that writers create people and places that didn’t exist before, and that’s like magic. Well, KET Education is calling all magicians – word wizards and drawing sorcerers – to wave your wands and share your magic with us!