Resources for Education Students
King Curriculum Lab
Located in the Kinlaw Library, KL 149
The mission of the Education Curriculum Lab is to “provide resources and services to facilitate the preparation of professional educators at the undergraduate and the graduate levels”. The lab has over 8,000 resources including textbooks, curriculum guides, and educational journals in a number of subjects. The lab also houses a collection of literature for children and adolescents.
Visit online at http://asbury.libguides.com/kcl
Kentucky Education Professional Standards Board (The EPSB)
The EPSB is the teacher certification granting institution in the state of Kentucky. You can find all the information you need regarding certification.
Visit online at http://www.kyepsb.net/
Kentucky Educator Placement Service (KEPS)
The KEPS program lists vacancies in school districts all over Kentucky.
Visit online at http://applications.education.ky.gov/KEPs/default.aspx
Traineeship Program for Special Education
Grant opportunity available to those whose major is Special Education (Learning and Behavior Disorders)
Visit online at www.ktraineeship.org
A TEACH Grant can help you pay for college if you plan to become a teacher in a high-need field in a low-income area. You’ll be required to teach for a certain length of time, so make sure you understand your obligation by reading the FAQ website in full.
Visit online at http://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/types/grants-scholarships/teach#what-is-teach
WHAS Crusade for Children Grant
The mission of the WHAS Crusade for Children is to help children overcome physical, mental, medical and emotional challenges. Asbury University receives a grant from WHAS to provide scholarships for our students who work with this population. Contact Melanie Kinnell for more information and an application.
Visit online at http://whascrusade.org/