- Art Grant Programs for Colleges and Universities
Grant programs for not-for-profit community organizations
- Art Organizations
An alphabetical list of organization in the commonwealth dealing with the arts
- Art Resources by Discipline: Dance
Web resources for dance
- Art Resources by Discipline: Folklife
Web resources for Folklife
- Art Resources by Discipline: Literary Arts
Web resources for literary arts
- Art Resources by Discipline: Music
Web resources for music
- Art Resources by Discipline: Other
Web resources for other art forms
- Art Resources by Discipline: Storytelling
Web resources for storytelling
- Art Resources by Discipline: Theatre
Web resources for theatre
- Art Resources by Discipline: Visual Arts
Web resources for visual arts
- Art Resources for Educators
Art related web resources for educators
- Art Toolkit for Teachers and Students
The Arts Toolkit is the prototype for a dynamic and powerful arts and humanities toolkit that will be available to teachers across Kentucky and is built from the Kentucky Core Content, Program of Studies and Academic Expectations.
- Arts Education Curriculum
Links to assist in the development of arts education curriculum
- Arts Funding
Arts grants, educational programs, awards and directories
- Arts Organizations
A guide to arts organizations in Kentucky
- Arts Programs At-A-Glance
Organizational, community and individual programs available in the arts
- Ben's Guide To Government
Ben's Guide serves as the educational component of GPO Access, GPO's service to provide the official online version of legislative and regulatory information.
- Biography of All Kentucky Governors
View basic biographical and political outlines of Kentucky's governors.
- College Aid Calculator
KHEAA provides the College Aid Calculator as a tool to help you plan and save for education expenses.
- Commissioner of Education
This department provides assistance and resources to the state's 176 school districts and nearly 1,300 schools.
- Early Childhood, Governor’s Office of
The future strength of the Commonwealth of Kentucky depends upon the healthy development of our youngest citizens.
- Earth Day Coloring Book (PDF File)
Download a coloring book with Earth Day activities.
- Education and Technology
The Kentucky Education Technology System (KETS) has many projects and services that we offer the Kentucky Department of Education and our schools and districts.
- Education Cabinet
The Kentucky Education Cabinet is charged with the mission of preserving Kentucky's heritage, preparing for its future and promoting a statewide culture of lifelong learning.
- Education Demographics
The Demographic Reports show the number and statistical characteristics of students as well as dropout rates, attendance and absence information.
- Educational Attainment of Adults (2000) (PDF File)
Percentages of Kentuckians with high school diplomas and/or advanced degrees (information by county)
- Elementary Schools
Visit the web sites of many of Kentucky's elementary schools.
- Farm-To-School Program
The Farm-to-School Program helps make direct sales of farm produce to school systems possible.
- Federal Student Aid Programs
Find out how to qualify for Federal student aid.
- FFELP Deferment Forms
Borrowers who meet certain eligibility criteria may be entitled to defer principal payments on FFELP loans. The conditions for eligibility are detailed within the forms provided.
- Financial Aid FAQ's
Questions and answers from the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority.
- Free Application for Federal Student Aid
FAFSA opens the door to the federal student aid process.
- High School Websites
Most of Kentucky's schools and districts have informative Web sites that contain school year calendars and explain their educational philosophy.
- How To Do Research
Get research advice from Kentucky Virtual Library.
- Hunting Education
Find hunter education courses near you.
- Instructional Resources
This section provides information primarily about activities and programs that happen - or that directly affect what happens - in the classroom.
- Kentucky Adult Education
Improving the educational attainment level of adult Kentuckians who do not have a high school diploma, who function at low levels of literacy, or who want to learn the English language
- Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education
The council collects and maintains a wide range of information from campuses across the Commonwealth.
- Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority
Information for students, parents, schools, and lenders
- Kentucky Higher Education Student Loan Corporation ("The Student Loan People")
The Student Loan People is the sister agency of the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority and is the stateâ€™s only public, nonprofit student loan provider.
- Kentucky Horse Park
Located in Lexington, Kentucky, the heart of the Bluegrass, the Kentucky Horse Park is a working horse farm with 1,200 acres surrounded by 30 miles of white plank fencing.
- Kentucky's Postsecondary Institutions
Check with the Council on Postsecondary Education (CPE) to find out whether an institution is licensed in Kentucky.
- KHEAA Publications
Here you will find copies of publications which have been used for years by guidance counselors, students, and parents as a primary source of information regarding financial aid and higher education opportunities.
- Map of School Districts
This map shows all of Kentucky's 176 public school districts.
- Middle Schools
Visit the web sites of many of Kentucky's middle schools.
- Non-Public Schools
Web sites of non-public schools in Kentucky
- Professional Development
Priority is given to programs that increase teachers' understanding of curriculum content and methods of instruction appropriate for each content area.
- School Districts (List)
Visit the web sites of many of Kentucky's school districts.
- School Districts (Map)
This map shows all of Kentucky's 176 public school districts. Of the 176 districts, 56 are independent districts, meaning they are run by local municipalities.
- School for the Blind
The mission of the Kentucky School for the Blind is to provide comprehensive educational services to all Kentucky students who are blind and visually impaired, birth to 21.
- School for the Deaf
The Kentucky School for the Deaf (KSD) campus is located in the center of historic Danville. KSD is an integral part of the Danville community. Established in 1823, KSD is proud to have been the first public-supported school of its kind in the nation.
- School Improvement
School Improvement provides a data-driven, research-based framework for defining goals and objectives for improving student learning.
- School Report Cards
The school report card archives site
- Smokey The Bear
Fire safety and education for kids with fun activities and games.
- Special Education and Rehabilitation Information
This web site provides a format that allows school personnel, parents, and other professionals to gain access to information concerning the full range of behavior problems and challenges displayed by children and youth that may affect their success in school.
- State Universities
List of all state universities in Kentucky.
- Technology Planning
The Master Plan describes how technology will be used to improve teaching and learning for every Kentucky child.
- Testing and Reporting
Kentucky's educational reforms are based upon the principle that schools must be held accountable for the progress of their students.
- Virtual Adult Education
The Kentucky Virtual Adult Education (KYVAE) Web site was created to help adults achieve their education goals.
- Virtual High School
The Kentucky Virtual High School is a statewide educational service delivering high school courses and online learning opportunity to Kentuckians.
- Virtual Library Portal for Kids
Did you know that you can access "all the information in the known universe?" It's true! In libraries and on the internet, you can find answers to almost any question you can think of.