Sunday, September 19, 2010

Superintendents' Webinar

On Monday at 10AM, Kentucky Education Commissioner Terry Holliday will address superintendents state-wide on issues related to EduJobs, budget cuts, Senate Bill 1 and the impact of Kentucky Board of Education strategic planning on schools and school districts. Holliday's webinar will be accompanied by a PowerPoint which highlights the major points of the presentation.

An advanced peek at the PowerPoint can be found here.

The links to live broadcast here: video and audio: or audio only.

The $10 billion EduJobs program is intended to keep teachers teaching. Kentucky's $134,945,560 share may be used by local districts to recall former employees or hire new employees during the 2010-2011 school year.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Department of Education "stimulus" in Fayette County? Our school is told we are broke, that there is no money. Does not seem to jibe with the figures quoted by Dr. Day

We used to have a study hall called TASK to help students complete homework in school. Alas, a memory. Many students are not getting the services they need to be successful.

I'm not sure where the money is going. I am less sure why no one is asking questions.