January 16, 2020

Your voice is needed — speak up for Kentucky’s students, schools, and SBDM councils.


Active SBDM Bill


The first challenge is already here with Senate Bill 7; its proposals will diminish council impact in the Kentucky.  SB 7 takes decision-making out of the hands of those closest to the students and gives it to the superintendent and school board. This bill could be called in the Senate Education Committee as early as Thursday, January 23. SB 7 amends the SBDM law, KRS 160.345, and will impact schools and SBDM councils in multiple ways. Learn more about SB7.

KASC is keeping an eye on several other education bills, including HB41 Require Full Day Kindergarten and HB165 Required Non-teaching Time for Teachers. Continue on to our Legislative News page to learn what you can to do to have your voice heard and how you can follow the legislative coverage.

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Gap Closure Kit

Impact Kentucky Survey


Working Conditions Survey

The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) has announced the upcoming launch of the 2020 Impact Kentucky Working Conditions Survey, formerly the TELL Working Conditions Survey. The survey will run from Monday, January 13 - Friday, February 21, 2020. For almost ten years, a working conditions survey has provided all certified Kentucky public school staff members with an opportunity to make their voices heard.

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KASC Workshops

  • Experienced educators to provide engaging sessions in your school/district at reasonable rates
  • SBDM sessions led by KDE endorsed trainers
  • Do-It-Yourself sessions
  • Discounts for Member schools on all workshops
Click on the logo for a sampling of workshops or use the Quick Reference Chart for a complete listing.