If you are considering becoming a teacher, the University of Kentucky College of Education is the place for you! Our graduates are consistently sought by employers, who tell us students in our programs are highly prepared to be leaders in the classroom, from early childhood through high school – and beyond!
The University of Kentucky College of Educationand Kentucky Humanities recently produced a workshop, "Safe Students, Empowered Educators: Dismantling Hate & Violence in Schools," at the UK Gatton Student Center. The workshop was part of the National Endowment for the Humanities’ United We Stand: Connecting Through Culture initiative.
The University of Kentucky’s Building Bridges to Farmer Mental Health Project has representatives at the National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville this week to connect with farmers and farm families. The mental health project is funded by a grant from the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH).
University of Kentucky College of Education clinical professor Lu Young, Ed.D., took part in an event at the White House last week where the U.S. Department of Education unveiled the latest version of the flagship educational technology policy document for the United States – the 2024 National Educational Technology Plan.