30 years ago, the Kentucky Supreme Court issued its powerful ruling in Rose v. Council for Better Education, insisting that a constitutional “efficient system of common schools” must give each and every child opportunity to develop seven student capacities. Do our current state standards, assessments, and accountability rules aim to deliver those capacities? Here comes my take.
[wyde_heading subheading_tag="h3" style="2" title="Statement from Prichard Committee: Pension Stress Must Not Harm Student Success" subheading="Pension Solution Needed for Kentucky Colleges" animation="slideInLeft"] June 19, 2019 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For more information, contact: Brigitte Blom Ramsey, Executive Director (office) 859-233-9849 (cell) 859-322-8999 Lexington, KY - $222.6 million. That is the amount of funding Kentucky has cut from