KY Coders Campaign to Get One Million Coding
This is a public awareness initiative to help expand interest in ‘coding’ and value of computer science education.
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Incentive Checks for Students
All schools should have their student incentive checks by Aug. 15. Please distribute at your earliest convenience. If you schedule a school event for distribution we’d love to hear about it!
2014 AP Exam Results Soar Again
Each year more AdvanceKentucky students are taking AP math, science and English exams and earning qualifying scores.Click here for review of 2014 AP Results
2013 College Board AP Honor Roll
2014 Fall Forum: Nov 21-22
Registration is open for this training designed for AP teachers working in an ‘open enrollment’ classroom. Teachers in active AdvanceKentucky schools are expected to attend; teachers from any other schools statewide also are welcome.
AdvanceKentucky's mission is to work with local, state and national partners to dramatically expand access to and participation and success in rigorous college-level work in high school, particularly among student populations traditionally underrepresented in these courses. AdvanceKentucky is an initiative of KSTC in partnership with NMSI, Participating Schools, Kentucky Department of Education, Berea College, Council on Postsecondary Education, Lockheed Martin, Exxon Mobil, Appalachian Regional Commission, and US DoEd AP Incentive Program.
The elements of success are integrated into a holistic strategy focused on student access, engagement, and success. Collectively these interrelated components promote and support a school culture of high expectations for rigorous student learning and open enrollment in Advanced Placement* courses.
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An Intiative ofKentucky Science and Technology Corporation