Dr. Wayne Lewis said Monday students will still have to demonstrate basic proficiency in reading and math. But students will not be required to meet standards showing they are ready for college or a career.
A novel called “The Hate U Give” made a huge splash upon its release, speaking directly to young men and women of color in a time when the news-cycle is often dominated by stories of police officers shooting and killing unarmed black citizens.
Over one thousand people have signed a petition in support of a Louisville Male High School sophomore who was suspended last week. In addition, nearly two dozen people have written letters to the school.
The Marshall, at the corner of Industry Road and South Fourth Street, will include two floors for garage parking and eight floors of apartments. It’s set to open in the fall of 2020. The 231 units will be fully furnished and will house 591 beds.
Kentucky public high school graduates have improved from 2017 in both college readiness benchmarks for English, mathematics and reading as well as average scores for all categories, according to data released by ACT.
Hip hop music has a huge influence on many students in Louisville. Because of the connection, JCPS is implementing programs that use hip hop to help kids learn and they want the community to see how it works.
The University of Louisville said Thursday it has no record of a former student now reported to be a member of a Saudi assassination squad that allegedly murdered and dismembered a Washington Post columnist.