The University of Louisville Board of Trustees approved increased oversight policies Thursday.
The University of Kentucky has eliminated the rarely-used land line telephones from its dormitories. But, the same move would be nearly impossible at the University of Louisville.
From Kentucky Public Radio’s Tony McVeigh A task force studying Kentucky’s student accountability and assessment efforts has met for a second time in Frankfort. The Kentucky Education Reform Act of 1990 requires all Kentucky schools to be academically proficient by 2014. The Commonwealth Accountability Testing System, or CATS, is used to gauge progress. But with… Continue reading Task Force Studies Effectiveness of CATS
This is the first semester for the University of Louisville’s new Cultural Center, which replaces the school’s Multicultural Academic Enrichment Programs Office.
Jefferson County Public Schools superintendent Sheldon Berman says he would like to see changes made to the No Child Left Behind act.
From Kentucky Public Radio’s Tony McVeigh Advertisements for a new president of the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education will soon begin popping up. The Council on Postsecondary Education hopes to have its third president in place by the end of the year. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled, but the search committee… Continue reading Search for CPE President Underway
The University of Louisville’s College of Business has received a $1 million dollar grant to create a course and other activities based on the economic philosophy of the late Ayn Rand. WFPL’s Elizabeth Kramer has more. The grant comes from the BB&T Corporation, whose CEO, John Allison, calls Rand’s novel “Atlas Shrugged” “the best defense… Continue reading U of L Gets $1 Million to Offer Courses on Ayn Rand's Ideas
State budget cuts have forced Kentucky public schools to eliminate nearly 1,000 positions.
Last week’s balloon launch by the Kentucky Space program is being called a success, and the program’s participants say the launch was the first of many important missions into near space.
University of Louisville President James Ramsey says he doesn’t think a federal investigation of the school’s former College of Education dean will hurt its chances of obtaining future government grants.