Public schools in Kentucky are ranked and listed on our city pages. While perhaps not raised and educated in Kentucky, more than 33.60% of state residents hold high school diplomas, with 13.10% having graduated from college and 9.20% completing a postgraduate degree program. Read the articles to learn more about schools and education in Kentucky.
The University of Kentucky's Center for Applied Energy Research has expanded its original coal-focused mandate to include renewable and alternative fuels.
The Idea State U annual competition held each April promotes innovation and new ventures from students at Kentucky’s eight state universities.
Kentucky counties are striving to become Work Ready Communities, to show relocating companies that their workforce is well trained.
Residents in Glasgow have easy access to higher education options such as satellite campuses for Western Kentucky University and Bowling Green Technical College.
Northern Kentucky University has established a College of Informatics with several curriculums that deal specifically with the information field.
Dataseam is a catalyst for change in education that supports Kentucky workers, schools and research institutions as they strive to be among the most competitive in the nation.
Expanding intellectual capital builds the state’s business base.
Academy turns out STEM skills achievers.
Western Kentucky University has long been home to The Center for Gifted Studies, which gives advanced students in grades 1-8 the opportunity to participate in challenging classroom programs at WKU.
Kentucky provides a ready supply of skilled and knowledge-based workers.