UK - NOYCE Fellows Program
 

New Opportunities Yielding Classroom Excellence

Applications for the

2010-2011 School Year are due May 1, 2010!

UK-NOYCE is a part of University of Kentucky's Partnership Institute for Mathematics and Science Education Reform as well as

College of Education

College of Arts and Sciences

College of Engineering

Contact

Sarah Cole

201 Morgan Building

uknoyce@gmail.com

UK-NOYCE Frequently Asked Questions

1. What school districts are high need districts?

Eligible School District

Adair Co

Breckinridge Co

Covington Ind

Frankfort Ind

Allen Co

Bullitt Co

Crittenden Co

Franklin Co

Ashland Ind

Butler Co

Cumberland Co

Fulton Co

Augusta Ind

Caldwell Co

Danville Ind

Fulton Ind

Ballard Co

Calloway Co

Daviess Co

Gallatin Co

Barbourville Ind

Campbell Co

Dawson Springs Ind

Garrard Co

Bardstown Ind

Campbellsville Ind

Dayton Ind

Grant Co

Barren Co

Carlisle Co

East Bernstadt Ind

Graves Co

Bath Co

Carroll Co

Edmonson Co

Grayson Co

Bell Co

Carter Co

Elizabethtown Ind

Green Co

Bellevue Ind

Casey Co

Elliott Co

Greenup Co

Berea Ind

Caverna Ind

Eminence Ind

Hancock Co

Boone Co

Christian Co

Erlanger-Elsmere Ind

Hardin Co

Bourbon Co

Clark Co

Estill Co

Harlan Co

Bowling Green Ind

Clay Co

Fairview Ind

Harlan Ind

Boyd Co

Clinton Co

Fayette Co

Harrison Co

Boyle Co

Cloverport Ind

Fleming Co

Hart Co

Breathitt Co

Corbin Ind

Floyd Co

Hazard Ind

Henderson Co

Ludlow Ind

Newport Ind

Silver Grove Ind

Henry Co

Lyon Co

Nicholas Co

Somerset Ind

Hickman Co

Madison Co

Ohio Co

Spencer Co

Hopkins Co

Magoffin Co

Owen Co

Taylor Co

Jackson Co

Marion Co

Owensboro Ind

Todd Co

Jackson Ind

Marshall Co

Owsley Co

Trigg Co

Jefferson Co

Martin Co

Paducah Ind

Trimble Co

Jenkins Ind

Mason Co

Paintsville Ind

Union Co

Jessamine Co

Mayfield Ind

Paris Ind

Warren Co

Johnson Co

McCracken Co

Pendleton Co

Washington Co

Kenton Co

McCreary Co

Perry Co

Wayne Co

Knott Co

McLean Co

Pike Co

Webster Co

Knox Co

Meade Co

Pineville Ind

West Point Ind

LaRue Co

Menifee Co

Powell Co

Whitley Co

Laurel Co

Mercer Co

Providence Ind

Williamsburg Ind

Laurel Co

Metcalfe Co

Pulaski Co

Wolfe Co

Laurel Co

Middlesboro Ind

Robertson Co

Woodford Co

Leslie Co

Monroe Co

Rockcastle Co

 

Letcher Co

Montgomery Co

Rowan Co

Lewis Co

Monticello Ind

Russell Co

Lincoln Co

Morgan Co

Russellville Ind

Livingston Co

Muhlenberg Co

Scott Co

Logan Co

Nelson Co

Shelby Co

2. That is a long list of schools. What are the school districts that are not eligible?

School Districts NOT Eligible:

Private Schools, Anchorage Independent, Anderson County, Beechwood Independent, Bracken County, Burgin Independent, Fort Thomas Independent, Glasgow Independent, Murray Independent,  Oldham County, Pikeville Independent, Raceland Worthington Independent, Russell Independent, Science Hill Independent, Simpson County, Southgate Independent, Walton Verona Independent, and Williamstown Independent

3. How long do I have to fulfill my teaching obligation?

You have six years after you receive your certification to fulfill your teaching obligation at one of the above school districts.

4. What schools in the school districts listed above are eligible?

Any of the schools in the above school districts are eligible. Your certificate will be for grades 8 - 12, so you have the option at teaching 8th grade at a middle school if you wish. If you get a middle school extension in your subject area (math or science), you may teach at the indicated grade levels on your certificate.

 

 

   Funding for UK NOYCE Provided by NSF # 3048104043

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