November 2020 – Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence
Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence
November 2020

Monthly Archives

  • Weekly Resource November 23

    For Parents

    The Kinda Guide-A Moment for Gratitude

    For Educators

    Updates from the School Curriculum Assessment Accountability Council

    COVID Response

    Healthy at School Updates

    Parent Leadership Development (CIPL)

    School Safety and Resiliency Act-Trauma Informed Toolkit

    Get Connected

    KY Collaborative for Families and Schools Network Call Dec. 10th

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  • NURTURING HIGH-QUALITY, HOME-BASED CHILD CARE

    For Kelsey Lee of Morgantown, locking in quality child care was such a priority that she put her name on a top local provider’s waiting list while she was pregnant. More than five years later, she said that decision has helped her son be more than ready to thrive in kindergarten next year and in the school years ahead.
  • Weekly Resource November 16

    For Parents

    Celebrating Native American Heritage Month

    For Educators

    Reaching and serving Kentucky’s homeless children and youth

    COVID Response

    Coping with Covid- Ky Parent and Teachers Report By Prichard Committee’s “Intergen 9”

    Parent Leadership Development (CIPL)

    Advocate Virtual Forum November 18th: 2020 KIDS COUNT County Data Book

    Get Connected

    This week is Family Engagement Week! @PartnersforEducation and @Prichard are excited to celebrate…

  • Study highlights the challenges of remote teaching and learning during pandemic

    LEXINGTON, KY (November 11, 2020) – The Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence today released the Coping with COVID-19 Teacher and Family Study. The study, conducted in August through October, found that while some Kentuckians are finding benefits to remote K-12 instruction during the COVID-19 pandemic, many families and teachers face significant challenges in teaching and learning…

  • Weekly Resource for November 9

    For Parents

    Parent-Teacher Planning Tool

    For Educators

    Supporting Young Children’s Learning and Well-Being at Home

    COVID Response

    Digital Citizenship Resources for Family Engagement

    Parent Leadership Development (CIPL)

    Understanding the Every Student Succeeds Act

    Get Connected

    Family Engagement Week is Nov. 16th-20th.  Join us as we celebrate with Partners for Education.  #familyengagmentweek2020

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  • Christian County residents become Prichard Committee members

    November 6, 2020

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    For More Information Contact:
    Jessica Fletcher, Senior Director, Communications & External Affairs
    (cell) 859-539-0511
    jessica.fletcher@prichardcommittee.org
    Rev. Donavan Pinner and Daniel Kemp, both of Hopkinsville, have been selected to be members of the Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence. Pinner serves as Associate Minister at Virginia Street Baptist Church in Hopkinsville. He is also a Special Education…

  • Gran Futuro Audaz Will Include Latino Kentucky

    As we work toward Kentucky’s Big Bold Future, the Prichard Committee is considering implications for key groups within our commonwealth. Today, it is time to focus specifically on Latino Kentucky. The future we seek will require Latino talents and contributions and building that future will require sustained attention to Latino concerns and Latino success. Here’s a first image to show us three big things about los estudiantes latinos de Kentucky.
  • El Gran Futuro Audaz Requerirá La Comunidad Latina de Kentucky

    A medida que trabajamos hacia el Gran Futuro Audaz de Kentucky, el Comité Prichard está considerando las implicaciones para los grupos clave dentro de nuestra colectividad. Hoy, es el momento de centrarse específicamente en la comunidad latina de Kentucky. El futuro que buscamos requerirá de talentos y contribuciones latinas y construir ese futuro requerirá de una atención continua a las preocupaciones y al éxito de ellos. A continuación se muestra la primera imagen con tres aspectos importantes de los estudiantes latinos de Kentucky.
  • Kentucky Public Schools as Educational Bright Spots

    Each academic year a select group of Kentucky’s public schools perform better than expected on measures of educational achievement. These measures include things like the percentage of elementary students who achieve proficiency or distinguished in reading, or the proportion of less-advantaged middle school students who show a similar level of competency on the math assessment. Understanding the reasons for better-than-expected performance is fundamentally important.
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