Register Now for Distance Learning

Registration is now open for all 2015-2016 KET Distance Learning courses.

New this year is Economics and Personal Finance, a great option for students or districts seeking an elective aligned with Kentucky Social Studies Anchors.

The catalog also includes Spanish, German, Latin, Mandarin Chinese, Honors Physics, and Arts in Culture. Dual credit through Morehead State University is available for Arts in Culture, German, and Latin.
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PGES4Me 2015: In Focus Together Simulcast

Join your colleagues across the Commonwealth on July 28 for this free professional learning opportunity. Learn how to integrate PGES into what you do every day and how to use it as a tool for growth to positively affect student learning.

Kevin Stull from the KDE Office of Next-Generation Learners Division of Next-Generation Professionals shares some of the goals behind this year's event and what you can expect during the simulcast.

Visit the KDE PGES4Me 2015 website for more information and to register.

Workplace Essential Skills: The Interview

This new self-paced lesson shows students how to make a great impression during a job interview. The lesson includes videos from a professional career counselor, interactive practice opportunities, and more activities to try at home.

Education Matters examines "Reading by Third Grade"

Studies show that children who can't read with fluency and comprehension by the third grade are at much greater risk for academic failure.

This edition of Education Matters looks at ways in which Kentucky preschools, elementary schools, libraries, and community groups are helping all children become successful readers.

To watch "Reading by Third Grade" and other episodes visit the Education Matters website.

Congratulations to Kentucky's 2015 Digital Innovators

KET is pleased to announce that after a nationwide search, James Allen, Susan Cintra, Jennifer Montgomery, and Kate Wintuska are among 100 educators nationwide selected for the 2015 PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovators program!

We could not be more proud to support these Kentucky educators as they join this distinguished group of leaders who are driving digital media innovation in the classroom.

Learn more about them and the entire Class of 2015 PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovators.

KET EncycloMedia

Access PBS LearningMedia, Discovery Education, and KET ED On Demand at KET EncycloMedia.

American Graduate Logo

Visit the KET American Graduate Initiative to learn how Kentuckians are working to solve our state's dropout crisis.

Explore Education Resources

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Media Lab Workshops

Media Lab Learn about free multimedia workshops for students and educators in the Media Lab in Lexington.

KET School Video Project

Upload student-produced videos directly to KET! Instructions and video examples are at the KET School Video Project website.

Education Blogs

For regional information, news, and tips and trends for teachers, check out KET's Education Blogs.

Get Education Resource Email from KET

Making a Difference

Visit Making a Difference to find out how Kentucky educators use KET resources in their classrooms. Our featured educator is LaTonya Rowe of Johnson County, Kentucky's 2014 PBS Digital Innovator, who uses technology to open new worlds for her fourth graders.