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Another Positive Step for Kentucky Alternative Programs

It was some eight years ago when Kentucky Youth Advocates’ point person on our case advocacy program brought me information indicating that “something troubling” was happening in alternative programs in Kentucky. The more we probed the “state of the state’s alternative programs,” the more I became convinced we just couldn’t be getting an accurate picture. Were alternative programs really as far behind as they appeared in meeting students’ needs? It turned out we weren’t exactly [...]

By |2013-03-21T10:50:28-04:00March 21st, 2013|Blog, Education|

Kentucky KIDS COUNT 2012 County Data Book Examines Education, Offers framework for strengthening alternative schools

Jeffersontown, KY – The 2012 County Data Book to be released today by Kentucky Youth Advocates paints a picture of the path that Kentucky students follow starting from birth to the transition to adulthood based on educational outcomes at each of those stages. This is the 22nd annual release of the County Data Book, part of the Kentucky KIDS COUNT project. The KIDS COUNT project monitors progress for Kentucky's one million children on over 100 [...]

By |2012-12-28T05:00:52-05:00December 28th, 2012|News Room|
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