Kentucky Adult Education

The mission of Kentucky Adult Education is to prepare our students for college and career readiness by delivering a world-class education.  KYAE is committed to a quality adult education system that is accountable, efficient and meets the needs of students.  Across the Commonwealth, KYAE programs help adult students gain the academic skills and credentials they need to transition to postsecondary education, function productively in the workforce and support their families.

Amplifon HHC

Amplifon Hearing Health Care

The West Kentucky Educational Cooperative has entered into a partnership with Amplifon Hearing Health Care in order to provide a free service to the faculty and staff of our member districts. Amplifon services are also available to family members of district employees and to students and their families. To learn more about the services Amplifon Health Care provides please click here  or call (888) 553-1337.

U.S. Department of Education

Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education (OCTAE) administers, coordinates programs that are related to adult education and literacy, career and technical education, and community colleges.

Frontline Technologies

We want to give K-12 leaders the tools they need to better support student growth. That’s why customer feedback and satisfaction drive every decision we make. We invite you to explore our culture, history and vision to get a feel for our team – but better yet, we invite you to talk to any one of our 6,000+ clients to see why they’ve chosen Frontline!

West Kentucky Leadership Networks

The system of Leadership Networks in Kentucky was designed to build and support educator capacity. They were envisioned to bring teams together to LEARN and to solve problems of practice related to increasing student achievement of more rigorous standards, by emphasizing highly effective teaching, learning, and assessment practices.

WKSEC

Welcome to your Western Kentucky Special Education Cooperative Wiki Space. Here you will find handouts, Powerpoints, and other information posted by your Region 1 consultants.

Kentucky Department of Education

​Kentucky’s public school administrators guide their districts and schools to high levels of achievement, always making children’s needs their priority.

Kentucky Purchasing Cooperative

Established in 2002, KPC is a joint effort of six of the educational service cooperatives located across Kentucky.  KPC provides bidding and procurement services to our 300+ members across seven states.

The Association of Educational Purchasing Agencies

The Association of Educational Purchasing Agencies (AEPA) is a multi-state non-profit organization made up of Educational Service Agencies / political subdivisions organized through a Memorandum of Understanding between all participating states. We are a true “cooperative” who serves to leverage purchasing power to benefit all schools and agencies, regardless of size, with the ability to purchase at equal buying levels.