Strengthen, unite, and mobilize education, business, and community partners in Northern Kentucky to advance student success and wellbeing from early childhood (P) through post-secondary/career (20).
The Council serves Boone, Campbell, Carroll, Gallatin, Grant, Kenton, Owen, and Pendleton counties.
News & Events
2023 Excellence in Education Celebration Awards is SOLD OUT!
It’s time to recognize Northern Kentucky’s outstanding students, educators, community partners, and business leaders at the 2023 Excellence in Education Celebration Awards, April 25, at Receptions, Erlanger.
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Register Today for One to One Parents as Partners Trainings
The Northern Kentucky Education Council’s One to One Parents as Partners program is offering FREE literacy training for parents and guardians of 2nd and 3rd grade students in Covington, Southgate, and Erlanger-Elsmere Schools. The Parents as Partners Program offers four training sessions that provides families with resources to assist their children in discovering their reading superpowers!
Horizon Community Funds announces $62k to six nonprofits through its Community Impact Fund
August 3, 2021 - NKyTribune - Horizon Community Funds has deployed $62,000 across six nonprofits for their work in Northern Kentucky through its Community Impact Fund…Northern Kentucky Education Council received $13,500 to support its One to One Reading Program, which equips students in first through third grade and their families with tools to build literacy.
NKYEC’s One to One reading program receives $15k grant from Duke Energy Foundation; be a coach
July 28, 2021 - NKyTribune - The Northern Kentucky Education Council’s One to One Reading programs recently received a $15,000 Duke Energy Foundation Grant that will help deepen and expand One to One programs in 14 Northern Kentucky school communities.
NKYEC’s One to One Reading program gets $30k grant from Greater Cincinnati Foundation
June 24, 2021 - NKyTribune - The Northern Kentucky Education Council was awarded a $30,000 Greater Cincinnati Foundation grant which will help support and accelerate student learning by providing focused expansion of One to One Reading programs in 16 school communities that have the highest percentage of children of color and children living in poverty.