Even more Pulaski County children will be able to enroll in Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library (DPIL) Pulaski County Affiliate program thanks to the support of the employees at First & Farmers National Bank. For the year, staff at First & Farmers chose to reinforce the importance of early childhood literacy locally through company payroll Read more…
Time and time again, students will ask teachers, “Why do I need to learn this?” or “How will I use this in the real world?” Recently, Wayne County students were able to make real world connections regarding personal finances with the help of Project CARE (Credit Abuse Resistance Education). Nearly 200 Wayne County students participated Read more…
Find out more about the pilot program for the Imagination Library program in Kentucky.
Due to multiple unforeseen scheduling conflicts, Forward in the Fifth will postpone its annual Summit, 30th Anniversary and Appalachian Leaders in Education (AppLE ) Awards presentation which was scheduled for Wednesday, November 9.
More than 1,000 educators and students gathered at the East Kentucky Expo Center last month for Kentucky Valley Educational Cooperative’s (KVEC) annual ARI (Appalachian Renaissance Initiative) Action Research Summit in Pikeville.
Forward in the Fifth will recognize the 2016 Appalachian Leaders in Education (AppLE) Awards during the annual summit in Spring 2017.
Fourteen Eastern Kentucky counties will now be able to take advantage of Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library program, which encourages early literacy while assisting children with the creation of their own personal library.
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