Rain will gradually changeover to snow early Monday morning as temperatures crash into the upper 20s. While snowfall amounts through Monday afternoon will be less than one inch for most, untreated roads are expected to be slick. This is especially the case along the KY/VA border where 1-3" is expected. We have issued a Severe Weather Alert Day to keep you informed on possible negative impacts to travel through Monday afternoon.
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky is one of three states awarded a
multimillion-dollar grant to change the way math and literacy are
taught in K-12.
The Kentucky Department of Education said Monday in a news
release that Kentucky, Colorado and Louisiana have received the
grants from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
The grants will be used to help the states as they begin to
implement the Common Core State Standards, a set of benchmarks for
grades K-12 that are part of an effort to ensure a uniform public
Kentucky will use its three-year, $8.8 million grant in 12
school districts. They are: Daviess, Fleming, Gallatin, Jessamine,
Lee, Owen, Washington, Jefferson, Kenton, Magoffin and Simpson
counties, and Jackson Independent.
Those districts will later serve as models for the rest of the
state, said Terry Holliday, Kentucky's education commissioner.