Teachers learned how to use the Aug. 21 event as a teaching opportunity at a Western Kentucky University’s SKyTeach workshop.
Owen County students studied the life of an accomplished native son and worked in a collaborative writing environment to make his story known.
Getting to know students and how they learn can help teachers plan lessons that will encourage everyone to thrive.
Students' work was on display last week at the Kentucky Green and Healthy Schools and Kentucky National Energy Education Development Project Youth Summit and Awards Luncheon at Frankfort Convention Center.
Throughout May, we’re revisiting some of our favorite stories from the past year to celebrate Teacher Appreciation Month.
It is Teacher Appreciation Week – a time that should be celebrated on the highest levels, but is often overlooked. So, if you will...
Each May the Kentucky School for the Blind (KSB) celebrates Founder’s Day, an event that commemorates its rich history of providing educational services to Kentucky students who are blind and visually impaired. This year’s event is especially significant because the school is celebrating its 175th anniversary.
Commissioner Pruitt shares his thoughts about the implications of House Bill 520, which was signed into law in March and gives local school boards and the mayors of Lexington and Louisville the authority to authorize charter schools.
Our new vision for Kentucky education is one that puts students at the center of our work, values the profession of education, and values the education of the whole child, not simply test scores.
Frankfort Independent's Heidi Givens describes whyshe changed her teaching beliefs regarding the rights of deaf and hard-of-hearing students.
When we talk about how rapidly education is changing, I think we often overlook the thing that is at the heart of every school – the library.
Kellie Clark, a 16-year veteran teacher at Randall K. Cooper High School in Boone County, is the 2018 Kentucky Teacher of the Year.
The Kentucky Department of Education is moving forward with the review and revision process for academic standards in English/language arts and mathematics.
The Kentucky School for the Blind presented the Paul J. Langan Distinguished Service Award to Adam Charles Ruschival III during its 175th Celebration Dinner and Founder's Day Program at the school’s Louisville campus May 9.
The Bluegrass Book Buddies is an initiative inviting Kentuckians of all ages to try reading in a fresh way through meaningful community and shared experience.
A Kentucky public elementary school is among 64 schools, districts and postsecondary institutions nationwide recognized for focusing their students on sustaining the environment and promoting personal health and wellness as a part of their everyday lives.
The Kentucky Department of Education is offering face-to-face summer professional learning sessions on peer-to-peer collaboration, including formative observation and feedback techniques, for educators in...
The Kentucky Department of Education has made the 2017 installment of positive behavioral intervention and support (PBIS) video modules available to educators. The modules...
The Kentucky Science Teachers Association (KSTA) is seeking proposals for its KSTA Annual Conference & Professional Learning, which will be Nov. 9-11 at the...
The Louisville Zoo will host a professional learning program for teachers June 13 at the zoo. “The Zoo in 3D” will feature three-dimensional resources for...