In addition to an advance, in-depth look at the program for this year’s KSBA annual conference, the February edition of the KSBA magazine Kentucky School Advocate will feature the following articles of interest to our readers:
· * Kentucky schools dealing with Medicaid managed care funding disputes and impact on school-based health clinics and nursing services
· * KHSAA Commissioner Julian Tackett details the growth of school sports, player eligibility, middle school sports and Title IX: In Conversation With…
· * Magnet program a key part of the plan to turn around Jefferson County middle school on state’s priority (persistently low achieving) lilst
· * Marion County special needs students gain valuable practical living skills through the aid of a variety of resources
· * Leaders of the Kentucky Center for School Safety talk about needs, services and priorities following December’s tragic shootings in Connecticut
· * KSBA will be a role player in two grant programs to improve energy efficiency and enhance board members’ training
· * Executive Director Bill Scott talks about the history of the Kentucky School Boards Insurance Trust, the assessment and plans for the future
· * Time to make a new effort to educate Kentuckians on the roles, responsibilities and restrictions involved in school board service
The February edition will also contain the ever-popular People Are Talking and Take Note items, plus a look at how Murray Independent Schools celebrated the district’s 140thanniversary.
Look for the next edition of the Kentucky School Advocate in the mail next week and online at www.ksba.org on Feb. 1.