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Early Childhood News
Register now for KET Multimedia PD Day 2017!
April 21, 2017 - Come explore with us at our annual KET Multimedia PD Day this July 19. Our fun multimedia workshops are approved by the Kentucky Department of Education as professional development training for teachers and EILA training for K-12. PD credit is available based on the hours of presentations you attend.
Tyner Elementary teacher named 2017 PBS Digital Innovator
April 20, 2017 - Ashley Judd, a first grade teacher at Tyner Elementary in Jackson County, has been selected as the 2017 PBS Digital Innovator for the state of Kentucky. Judd is one of 51 educators from across the country – representing each of the 50 states and the District of Columbia – selected in the fifth annual PBS Digital Innovators Program.
KET receives Robinson Award from Kentucky Board of Education
April 17, 2017 - The Kentucky Board of Education recently honored KET with the Dr. Samuel Robinson Award. The annual award is presented to an individual or a group in Kentucky in recognition of “outstanding leadership, commitment and service in promoting equity and opportunity to learn at high levels for all Kentucky students.”
New 24/7 KET PBS KIDS Channel
April 6, 2017 - Get PBS KIDS programming anytime you want with the launch of the KET PBS KIDS channel, a new, educational 24/7 children’s service that includes free, full-time children’s programming available on air, on mobile and online.
Videos and interactives in the Everyday Learning collection on PBS LearningMedia use original animation and images to introduce basic concepts of math, science, health, social studies, and art to students in preschool through first grade.
KET’s Early Childhood Education Professional Development Workshops
Free, for-credit workshops for early care and education professionals.
Child Care Training
KET programs can help Kentucky’s licensed, certified, and registered early childhood education professionals earn credit toward state licensing requirements.
2016-2017 Education Resources Book
Explore education resources in the 2016-2017 Education Resources Book.