Brand New Research on Special Education in Rural America

KVEC’s Dr. Dessie Bowling (Associate Director of KVEC) and Dr. Will Kayatin (Senior Director for Higher Education Affairs) were asked to come on the Education Talk Radio Pre K-20 Podcast on BlogTalkRadio with Larry Jacobs. This podcast highlights brand new research on special education in rural America. The RISE2 Deeper learning Project presents its finding based on […]

Leading in a Time of Crisis-Podcast

“Whether you think you can, or think you can’t, you’re right” – Henry Ford  Quetico a career coaching and consulting organization recently published a Podcast called Leading in a Time of Crisis – a Conversation with Dr. Jeff Hawkins and Steve Miletto. Dr. Jeff Hawkins, Executive Director of the Kentucky Valley Educational Cooperation, an educational […]

KVEC on Education Talk Radio!

KVEC’s Dessie Bowling and Robert Brown were asked to come on the Education Talk Radio Pre K-20 Podcast on BlogTalkRadio with Larry Jacobs. This podcast highlights an overview of all the great things going on at the Kentucky Valley Educational Cooperative. If you would like to listen to the podcast please click the play button below. A […]

NEA Teacher Quality Micro-Credentials PLC Podcast

Dr. Jennifer Carroll and Robert Brown provide an overview of the Kentucky Valley Educational Cooperative’s (KVEC’s) involvement in micro-credentialing from local implementation and development to impact on policy at the state and national levels. ·         They described how this involvement led to the annual micro-credential summits and lessons learned from those sessions.  ·         Dr. Carroll also provided a dive into micro-credential […]

KVEC Student Senate Unveils Every Community Counts Initiative

Student Senate Leaders announced a new initiative “Every Community Counts” It was announced in conjunction with the 2020 United States Census. The initiative’s goal is to raise awareness about the Census. The U.S. Census Bureau has designated Eastern Kentucky as a “hard to count” region because of a variety of cultural and economic factors. Student senate […]

Rural Education with Jeff Hawkins and Campbell Scribner, Report Card with Nat Malkus

When discussing education, policymakers and reformers often focus on urban – and sometimes suburban – schools and communities. But rural schools educate about 20% of America’s students, and urban reforms may not translate well to their unique circumstances. In this episode, host Nat Malkus talks to Jeff Hawkins of the Kentucky Valley Educational Cooperative and Campbell Scribner at the University of […]

Creative Strategies to Support and Expand High-Quality Education in Rural Schools

Tune In To AASA Radio! Listen to the Podcast by clicking any of the text of this line. AASA, The School Superintendents Association,  is pleased to present AASA Radio! Dan Domenech, AASA’s executive director, hosts the program, which focuses on topics of importance to school system leaders. Each brief segment of AASA Radio will help keep you abreast of the latest […]