SBDM Bylaws and Policies


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* KET's professional development courses are approved for credit within the state of Kentucky. Customers in other states are responsible for determining if credit applies within their state.


This three-hour self-paced course parallels experienced council member training developed by Kentucky Department of Education, only allowing participants to complete the coursework online. Council members learn to differentiate between bylaws and policies, the characteristics of each, and how they enhance student achievement. The course contains lessons, assessments, reflections questions. At the end of the course, once all KDE requirements for the three hours of training are met, experienced SBDM members earn a certificate of completion for three hours of EILA credit. This course term is from July 1 – June 30 each school year, with all coursework for that term to be completed by June 30th. This course is available from July 1 – June 30 each school year, with all coursework for that term to be completed by June 30th.

ATTENTION: If your SBDM course order will be paid by a school or district, please contact KET Professional Development ( to provide your school or district’s tax-exempt certificate via email. Please contact KET PD before you place your order so that we can ensure that no taxes will be charged for your course.

Payment Methods: Credit cards and Kentucky school purchase orders
Purchase Orders: Make out to KET, 600 Cooper Drive, Lexington KY 40502, then email to after submitting the order. Reference the invoice number in the email. Allow up to two business days to process.
Invoices: A PDF Invoice is emailed to the buyer immediately after the order is placed. If the learner places the order, then the learner receives the original invoice by email, as it is not mailed to the billing address.
Learner Enrollment: Buyers purchasing the course for someone else should select, “Check if someone other than yourself will take the course.” Once KET completes the order, the buyer will receive an email with a link to enroll the learner in the course.
Course Access: Once enrolled in the course, the learner receives emails containing their username, password, and the course website.

Additional Info

  • Category: SBDM
  • Subject area: Assessment
  • Credit hours: 3