More than 10,000 people attended the STLP championships in Lexington, where the best of Kentucky students’ instructional, technical and community service projects were on display.
While the legislature was focused this session on how to deal with the state’s underfunded pension systems, a few education bills made it into law.
Students showed off their projects to improve the environment and conserve energy at the Youth Summit and Awards Luncheon in Frankfort.
Jefferson County elementary school students get to see how lawmakers worked in the 19th century during a tour of Frankfort's Old Capitol building.
The first-of-its-kind in Kentucky high school aims to prepare students for high-demand jobs.
We recently unveiled the new logo for the Kentucky Department of Education. I would like to explain the logo a bit more in this blog.
Covington Independent’s Tiffany Gruen shares her story about how co-teaching made both her and a colleague better in the classroom.
Ashley Lamb-Sinclair, 2016 Kentucky Teacher of the Year, asks what would happen if educators had the courage to rethink the way things have always been done.
Brandy Beasley shares how Second Street Elementary School in Frankfort empowered teachers to take a leadership role.
The Russellville Independent school district is a small district that is making gains in student academic achievement. Through the leadership of a strong experienced...
Ballard County’s Angie Woods explains how the staff and teachers of her elementary school decided how to honor a beloved teacher who was lost too soon.
A new report from the Kentucky Center for School Safety – "Addressing Bullying Incidents in Kentucky Schools: A Principal’s Perspective" – examines the issues surrounding bullying in schools from the perspective of Kentucky principals and assistant principals .
Gov. Matt Bevin announced five new members to the Kentucky Board of Education. The board is comprised of 12 members, each serving four-year terms.
The Kentucky School for the Blind will present Paul J. Langan Distinguished Service Awards to Kenneth W. Jones and Larry V. Mann at May 13 during the school’s 174th Founder’s Day Program.
The Kentucky Department of Education recognized Rep. Kelly Flood and Sen. David Givens with the 2015-16 Stilwell Award for their personal dedication to and support of education technology.
Pam Coomer, a library media specialist at Fairdale High School (Jefferson County), has been named a 2016 Fund for Teachers (FFT) Fellow. With her $3,200...
The Kentucky Educational Development Corporation (KEDC) will host a workshop on argument-driven inquiry June 28-29 at the KEDC Conference Center in Ashland. The workshop...
Educators are invited to submit workshop proposals for the Kentucky Science Teachers Association Conference Nov. 10-12 in Lexington. The theme of this year’s conference is...
The Living Arts & Science Center in Lexington has introduced a new program just in time for summer, the Super Science Olympics.
The Kentucky Environmental Education Council is partnering with Virginia Chance School, Kentucky State University and the Kentucky Association of Environmental Education to offer a PreK-5 educator workshop.