EKU is excited to announce the return of in-person, face-to-face cohort instruction for our MAEd – School Leadership degree program. Earn your Master’s in five semesters, meeting for 3 days each semester.
Eastern Kentucky University is offering an entire English as a Second Language (ESL) endorsement in Summer 2022. The ESL endorsement is offered 100% online over the course of two six-week terms. Additionally, EKU is reducing the summer tuition rate to $395 per credit hour for practicing teachers and waiving the application fee!
Kentucky Reading Project is taking applications from P-5 teachers for the 2021-22 Summer Institute. The Kentucky Reading Project is a year-long professional development opportunity that begins with two weeks of intensive workshops based on the needs of participants. This year's workshop will be June 13-17 and 20-24, 2022.
Rebecca Peniston is a first-year teacher at Paint Lick Elementary School in Garrard County where she teaches fourth and fifth grade science and writing. She still loves teaching, even after a crazy first year because of COVID-19.
Renee Brooks is still excited about her profession after 28 rewarding years in the classroom! She began her career as a pre-school teacher and for the past 16 years, she has been a Reading Recovery teacher. She first taught at Daniel Boone Elementary in Madison County before marrying her husband Roger and moving to Knox County. She has worked at Jesse D.
Destiny Patterson from Munford, Tennessee is majoring in elementary education and education of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing with a minor in American Sign Language. She is the 2020 recipient of the Wietse DeHoop Scholarship.