Some parents of students at the Kentucky School for the Deaf at Danville are asking Kentucky Board of Education members to act on alleged problems at the residential school ranging from student safety to bad food to bed bugs in a dorm.
Fayette County Public Schools officials on Thursday denounced a social media post containing the N-word and appearing to threaten a Tates Creek High School student, saying the “despicable act” is being investigated.
The state’s regional universities and community college system could opt out of the state’s troubled pension system under a new legislative proposal, but it could be a very expensive proposition for them.
The Kentucky Office of Education Accountability found that the Greenup County Public Schools district violated state law when it held classes on election days in 2018 while a high school campus was used as a polling place.
After the anguished parents of the two students who were killed in a shooting at Marshall County High School shared their grief, the Kentucky Senate education panel approved a 30-page school safety bill.