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Federal complaint against new girls-only STEM school in Lexington says it’s unfair to boys.

Federal Department of Education sex discrimination investigations have been opened on Fayette County Schools’ new all-girls elementary STEM program and four female-only STEM programs at the University of Kentucky following … Click to Continue &ra…

Updated: Madison Southern promises ‘swift and just’ handling of social media incident

The Berea Police Department has charged four people with harassing communications after a social media incident that Madison Southern High School said it was looking into. Madison Southern said it … Click to Continue »

Interim Commissioner of Education on potential ‘early start’ on school re-entry

Interim Commissioner of Education talks on schools needing to potentially consider an ‘early entry’ to classes in the Fall amid COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. … Click to Continue »

This Kentucky town turned its streets into drive-thru yearbook for high school seniors

Pikeville hung portraits of Pikeville High School seniors across town as COVID-19 cancels graduation, prom and other events. … Click to Continue »

New principals hired for these three Lexington elementary schools.

New principals have been hired for three Lexington elementary schools, Fayette County Public Schools Superintendent Manny Caulk announced Tuesday. The three include: ▪ Donte Tichenor, new principal of Booker T. … Click to Continue »

Report: KY judge orders schools to allow parents at graduation. Seniors filed lawsuit

A Kentucky judge ruled in favor of several high school seniors and their parents who filed a coronavirus-related lawsuit after parents were excluded from graduation ceremonies planned for Wednesday, according … Click to Continue »

Enrollment decreases likely to cost the University of Kentucky millions, leaders say.

University of Kentucky officials anticipate fewer incoming freshmen and a drop in investment revenue in the coming months — decreases compounded by millions in revenue losses incurred as the university … Click to Continue »

UK Hospital sees drop in COVID-19 patients, but faces $131 million budget shortfall

The University of Kentucky HealthCare system did not get the surge in COVID-19 patients it expected but revenues plunged, creating a significant budget shortfall, a hospital leader said Tuesday. Dr. … Click to Continue »

FCPS to give internet hotspots to students with no internet access at home

Fayette County Public Schools seeks to give 2000 internet hot spot devices to students with no internet access at home to do their school work, May 1, 2020. … Click to Continue »

‘A chance to escape.’ KY teacher delivers bags of art supplies to students’ homes

In a response to the coronavirus outbreak, Coventry Oak Elementary Art Teacher Kelsey Davis this week delivered bags of art supplies to her students’ homes, simply placing the bag on … Click to Continue »

Elementary art teacher delivers art supplies to students at home for COVID-19

Kelsey Davis, art teacher of Coventry Oak elementary school, packaged and delivered $1000 worth of art supplies to her students to make art while schools remained closed amid the coronavirus pandemic. … Click to Continue »

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