Educational success for each and every child is the core purpose of Kentucky's common schools.
CBE Achievement Reports
Transition Index Report Too few Kentucky schools are on track to reach Kentucky's current standards for proficiency by 2014. In 2010 and 2011, Kentucky schools need more rapid improvement to be ready to do well on more demanding tests scheduled to start in 2012.More Reports...
Adequate funding is one key factor in delivering proficiency for every Kentucky student.
2014 SEEK Overviews
How does Kentucky's main school funding formula affect your district? We've summarized the trends in just two pages.
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CBE Funding Reports
Budget Contingencies and Fund Balance This 2009 white paper argues that school district fund balances should not be used to solve state budget challenges and explains how fund balances differ from contingency funds.More Reports...
Other Funding Reports
Expectations Up, Resources Down As a state, we have committed to much higher expectations, but state funding per student has declined in program after program. Those losses are shown in this two-page analysis developed by the Kentucky Education Action Team (www.kyeat.org).More Reports...
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The Council has acted as plaintiff in two court cases to strengthen Kentucky education.
The Rose Case
Rose v. CBE is the 1989 landmark ruling on Kentucky's constitutional commitment to elementary and secondary education.More Reports...
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