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Wednesday, August 19
Attention NKEA and NKEA-R Members
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NKEA and NKEA-R are sponsoring a seminar on GPO/WEP and KTRS September 29, 2015 at Dixie Heights High School. Pre-registration is required by contacting Cassie Gossett at cgossett@kea.org or 859-331-2488 on or before noon on Thursday, September 10.  Download a flyer with more details here Space is limited to first 100, so register early.




Tuesday, August 11
Feedback needed on new Social Studies Standards
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The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) is seeking public feedback on proposed Social Studies Standards for the Next Generation. The public is invited to provide feedback on any or all of the proposed social studies standards by using this link: www.surveymonkey.com/r/kyss2015  Deadline for submitting feedback is September 30.




Tuesday, August 4
KDE seeks feedback on proposed social studies standards
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The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) is seeking feedback on proposed social studies standards. The public is invited to provide feedback by September 30 on the proposed standards by using this link: www.surveymonkey.com/r/kyss2015.




Wednesday, July 22
Governor's Task Force on KTRS Funding
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On Friday, 7/17 the Governor’s Task Force on KTRS Funding held its first meeting. Brent McKim (JCTA president) and Mary Ann Blankenship (KEA executive director) represented KEA and JCTA. The Governor’s Office has established a website with a video of the meeting and all meeting materials. KEA continues to work with legislators and the governor to assure a secure future for all educators.




Monday, March 9
Education Support Professionals: Meeting the Needs of the Whole Student
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NEA ESP Quality Department had published its first ever “digibook”, Education Support Professionals: Meeting the Needs of the Whole Student at nea.org/espwholestudent. This e-publication, a collaboration with ASCD profiles how our ESP members all over the country are using whole child strategies to keep students healthy, safe, engaged, supported and challenged so they are ready to learn.  




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