The Kentucky Virtual Campus (KYVC) is a program of the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education (CPE), which coordinates change and improvement in Kentucky's postsecondary education system as directed by the Kentucky Postsecondary Education Improvement Act of 1997.
The mission of the Kentucky Virtual Campus (KYVC) is to serve as "a statewide advocate for access to learning through technology, a convener of partners that use resources effectively, and a catalyst for innovation and excellence in eLearning". Simply put, the KYVC strives to a technology-based clearinghouse for quality online college credit, professional development, and supplemental studies.
KYVC4K12 is the Kentucky's gateway for K-12 online learning opportunities. The website is an expanded effort at providing online education to more diverse student populations, and its catalog offers courses from three accredited providers: Barren Academy of Virtual and Expanded Learning (BAVEL), Kentucky Educational Television (KET), and JCPS eSchools, the online branch of Jefferson County High School.
KYVC4K12 offers courses and curriculum for the following:
- Gifted and talented students
- At-risk students
- Students wishing earn dual credit hours (that apply towards both their high school diploma and a college degree)
KYVAE is an initiative of Kentucky Adult Education, which seeks to improve the educational status of adult Kentuckians who lack a high school diploma, function at low levels of literacy or want to learn English. The KYVAE website provides adult students and educators with online courses, resources and services in an easy-to use and motivational format. The KYVAE website is dedicated to helping adults achieve their educational goals through improving academic skills and/or earning a GED.