Through our Grants Consortium, NKCES offers a complete program of professional learning in Arts Integration for K-12 arts educators and teachers of other content areas.
NKCES offers assistive technology training, consultation, assistance with implementation, and evaluation services to schools in the Northern Kentucky region.
NKCES supports Northern Kentucky school personnel working with students who have moderate to severe disabilities and students who qualify for alternate assessment.
NKCES offers behavior support through professional development training, behavioral observations, and coaching to schools in the Northern Kentucky region.
The CRRSA team is here to collaborate with you as we all respond to challenges and, in turn, reimagine learning environments in our schools!
NKCES is dedicated to providing services to English Learners and their teachers in the following districts: Bellevue, Dayton, Fort Thomas, Ludlow, Pendleton, Southgate, and Walton-Verona.
The word I use to describe our work in Northern Kentucky is synergy: two or more things working together to create something that is bigger or greater than the sum of their individual efforts.
The NKCES Grants Consortium develops grant-funded projects to support student achievement in NKY. We expand each district's capacity to fund programming by providing workshops and training events.
NKCES offers professional development, support, and coaching to teachers and job coaches in Northern Kentucky who are supporting the unique needs of high school students with disabilities.
We connect local high school students to area employers for hands-on experience, creating a talent pipeline for tomorrow's workforce.
NKCES is dedicated to sharing current research, evidence-based strategies, and resources that will build the capacity of NKY educators in meeting the literacy needs of our PreK-12th-grade students.
NKCES is dedicated to supporting educators in the region with professional learning opportunities, consulting, and coaching support in math for PreK - 12th grade.
NKCES is dedicated to supporting preschool educators and preschool directors with professional learning opportunities and consultation as it relates to early childhood.
NKCES supports special education educators and administrators by providing professional learning opportunities and consultation to build the capacity of those who serve students with disabilities.
Promoting mental health and preventing substance misuse through partnerships and education in NKY schools and communities.