KVEC’s Dessie Bowling Featured in Equity & Access

Kentucky Valley Educational Cooperative’s Dessie Bowling (Associate Director & Safe Schools Program Director) was recently published on ACE-ED.org (Equity & Access Pre K-12). ACE-ED.org is a group of education media professionals who are passionate about creating equitable access for more than 50 million school-aged children, as well as 20 million college and university students in […]

CAMP HOLLER!

The Kentucky Valley Eduationional Cooperative Holler Engineers will be hosting the best 3-day technology camps anyone has ever witnessed! The camps will be held this summer May-June. Here is a list of every workshop that will be offered to grades 6-12. Click here to fill a quick survey to help us find out what you […]

Poagin’ on up!

Schools are back in session and we had the chance to visit one, and so we did. This makes our second visit to Poage the first being prior to the pandemic and so we expected some changes, which there was but it was mostly just for Covid safety guidelines other than that the school’s culture […]

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Floyd County Students Earn Dell Tech Certification

Superintendent Danny Adkins is excited to announce our first students to achieve Dell Tech Certification. Adkins comments, “Congratulations FCHS senior Branson Johnson, BLHS junior Conner Lockhart, FCHS sophomore Brylie Pennington and PHS freshman John Lewis on becoming Dell Tech certified! This is why our Floyd County School of Innovation (FCSI) was created: to provide students […]

Virtually Tour YOUR SCHOOL!

Technology is great you can basically order anything you could ever want online albeit you might have to wait a day or two for shipping depending on your location. However, can you see everything? Absolutely not but we are getting there and today we are helping to pave the way with 360 tours of well […]

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Kentucky Valley Educational Cooperative Announces New Executive Director

The Kentucky Valley Educational Cooperative (KVEC) Board of Directors are proud to announce the appointment of Mr. Jerry Green as Executive Director for the Educational Service Agency that serves 23 east Kentucky School Districts and encompasses an area larger than the state of Connecticut. KVEC began in 1969 and has become nationally recognized for championing […]

Sarah Bracken Discusses Her Work with the Refugee Educator Academy (REA)

The Kentucky Valley Educational Cooperative’s Digitalachia Podcast hosted by Robert Brown,  welcomed guest Sarah Bracken, NBCT, who serves as a Refugee Educator Academy Project Consultant, at the Center for Learning Practice with the Carey Institute for Global Good.   Sarah shared elements of the Center for Learning in Practice’s Sustainable Learning Framework. She also described how […]

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Dr. Doug Anthony Discusses the Importance of Establishing a Principal Pipeline

The Kentucky Valley Educational Cooperative’s Digitalachia Podcast hosted by Robert Brown, with co-host Dr. Dessie Bowling,  welcomed guest Dr. Doug Anthony, Chief Consultant of Anthony Consulting Group.  Dr. Anthony has done extensive work in leading principal pipeline development and described how he helps schools to address the pipeline. He also shared some observations of principals’ […]

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Kareem Farah Describes Resources of the Modern Classroom Project

The Kentucky Valley Educational Cooperative’s Digitalachia Podcast hosted by Robert Brown welcomed guest Kareem Farah, Chief Executive Officer of the Modern Classroom Project.  The Modern Classroom Project empowers educators to meet every student’s needs through blended, self-paced, mastery-based instruction. The goal is to help change the way teachers teach, thus helping all students learn.  For free resources […]

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