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Harrisburg, Pa. – After a year of overcoming challenges and going above and beyond during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) is celebrating teachers across the state for their dedication to ensure every student has the tools to reach their full potential.

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ASHLAND, Ky., April 28, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The Kentucky Educational Development Corporation (KEDC) is pleased to report strong interest from Kentucky teachers in its new micro-credential based program for professional rank change for educators. Since last fall's announcement of the partnership between KEDC and BloomBoard, the leading provider for educator advancement via micro-credentials, KEDC and BloomBoard have enrolled more than 150 teachers into the program, with hundreds more coming.

The U.S. Constitution does not guarantee the right to an education. Though the federal government has set some academic standards, education policy is set largely at the state and local levels. State governments have authority over public school curriculums, teaching methods, instructional materials, and, in conjunction with local districts, teacher pay. Without national compensation standards, […]

(The Center Square) – Kentucky lawmakers gathered in Frankfort on Monday afternoon to wind down the 2021 session, and Republicans worked quickly to override several vetoes made last week by Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear. 

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(The Center Square) – Supporters of a bill that would give Kentucky families more choices for their children’s education lashed out at Gov. Andy Beshear on Wednesday afternoon after he vetoed a school choice bill.