Holler Vlogs

Everywhere you look nowadays there is a vlog about somebody’s life or their dog. Both of those sorts of vlogs are great and they’re becoming more popular every day as more people gain access to the Internet. We here at The Holler decided to give vlogging a go, but we didn’t want to focus on […]

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KVEC Fall FIRESUMMIT Oct.2019

Educators, community leaders, and students gathered on October 23, 2019, for the Fall FIRESummit hosted by the Kentucky Valley Educational Cooperative (KVEC). The FIRESummit spotlights hard-working innovators in eastern Kentucky that go the extra mile to forge innovation in rural education! Over 700 persons participated in person the Forging Innovation in Rural Education (FIRE) Summit, […]

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Rural Educators form Kentucky Chapter to Strengthen Collaboration during National Meeting in Louisville

Kentucky K-12 educational leaders increased their voice and power of collaboration by establishing a state chapter and joining the National Rural Education Association (NREA) last week in Louisville. For most rural school districts in the nation, collaboration is not a choice, it is a necessity. Collaboration elevates the voice of rural districts and empowers isolated […]

KVEC Regional Press Conference Hosted Live on 2019-2020 Legislative and Advocacy Priorities

Kentucky Valley Educational Cooperative (KVEC) superintendents joined other K-12 leaders in a statewide Kentucky Association of School Superintendents (KASS) sponsored event on Tuesday, October 29, 2019. The sessions were designed to inform the news media and general public about the KASS Legislative & Advocacy Priorities for the 2020 session of the Kentucky General Assembly.  KVEC […]

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The Kentucky Valley Educational Cooperative Regional Press Conference

Kentucky Association of School Superintendents 2019-2020 Legislative and Advocacy Priorities What: A major pillar in a successful Kentucky is a strong public school system. In addition to preparing our children for post-secondary training and careers, public schools develop children to be healthy, productive, contributing members of society. Because our children represent our future, our economic […]

Commissioner Lewis on the state’s new high school graduation requirements

Kentucky Education Commissioner Wayne Lewis held the second town hall forum in Hazard on Thursday, October 10 seeking public feedback on the state’s new minimum high school graduation requirements. Lewis and Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) staff will hold two other forums and one online forum will be held via webinar and feedback will be […]