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ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL Opening: Assistant Principal for the 2021-2022 school year Parish/School: Saint James Catholic School, Elizabethtown, KY Description: Candidates should value and understand the mission and philosophy of Catholic education, demonstrate strong communication, collaboration and leadership skills and hold a valid Kentucky Teaching certificate in leadership or education. Preference will

by Kate Scanlon Washington D.C., Mar 30, 2021 / 03:00 pm MT (CNA).- Kentucky lawmakers voted Monday evening to override Gov. Andy Beshear’s veto of school choice legislation. Both the state’s House and Senate voted to override Beshear’s veto of House Bill 563, which would use tax credits to fund

by Christine Rousselle Washington D.C., Mar 18, 2021 / 04:00 pm MT (CNA).- The Catholic Conference of Kentucky is pleased with the recent passage of a school choice bill in the commonwealth. House Bill 563 would create a tax credit scholarship fund for certain Kentucky students, called an education opportunity

Washington, D.C. Newsroom, Jan 25, 2021 / 11:45 am MT (CNA).- A Kentucky bill requiring appropriate medical care for babies surviving attempted abortions became law on Friday. Gov. Andy Bashear (D) neither signed nor vetoed the “Born-Alive” bill that passed the state legislature. The bill, SB9, requires that infants who

CNA Staff, Dec 18, 2020 / 05:01 pm MT (CNA).- The Supreme Court on Thursday rejected a Kentucky Christian school’s plea to reopen for in-person learning, upholding a health order from the governor that barred in-person K-12 education in most areas until January. Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear’s Nov. 18 executive

CNA Staff, Dec 7, 2020 / 04:37 pm MT (CNA).- An order shuttering in-person education until Jan. 4 in Kentucky amid rising COVID-19 cases amounts to religious discrimination, the US Supreme Court has been told in amici curiae briefs. Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear (D) temporarily halted in-person learning in the

CNA Staff, Sep 23, 2020 / 04:00 pm MT (CNA).- After a controversial grand jury decision regarding the death of Breonna Taylor, Archbishop Joseph Kurtz of Louisville called for unity to work for racial justice and to combat racism, while many in the city of Louisville braced for protests. The

Staff Report On Wednesday, August 4, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, based in Cincinnati, will review challenges to laws upholding traditional marriage in four states — Ohio, Kentucky, Michigan and Tennessee. The court will review all the cases together.