Today, the Kentucky Board of Education took what board chair Roger Marcum called
“an important next step” toward preparing students to be globally ready when it unanimously approved a resolution to include global readiness as part of the board’s college/career-readiness agenda. The action builds on the board’s decision in June to implement a World Language Program Review in high schools this year and in middle and elementary schools in the 2015-16 school year. See news release
for more information.