Schools and districts are determining how to offer students CPR training to meet the requirements of a new law.
Louisville’s Rich Gimmel, chairman of Atlas Machine and Supply, was one of five people sworn in earlier this summer as new members of the Kentucky Board of Education.
Twelve Washington County teachers are enhancing their use of formative assessment practices in science classes as part of grant to improve science instruction and assessment.
By Bobby Ellis firstname.lastname@example.org There aren't many libraries that can claim to have a giant wall of computer monitors, a green screen, an aquaponics lab and...
Daviess County’s Kenny Kelley brings home the 2016 Fred Award from the Kentucky Association of School Administrators.
Ashley Lamb-Sinclair, Kentucky's 2016 Teacher of the Year, shares what she learned about the influence of teachers during her year representing the Commonwealth.
Lee County's Julia Bishop shares how her students with disabilities need to feel as though they belong to the larger school community.
In order to tackle Kentucky's achievement gap, we need to recognize it is all of our problem, and all of our responsibility to remedy this disparity in student achievement.
Although Sept. 11, 2001, was a horrible tragedy, it united the country in a way few had seen. It's time to create a new sense of unity to improve Kentucky's education system and help create the future of the Commonwealth.
Boyd County's Carly Baldwin turned to an idea used by Google to get her students more involved in their own learning.
Achievement gaps have been around for decades. They exist in nearly every school, every school district and every state. Everyone agrees we have to do something about gaps – something that will solve the issue once and for all – but then it grows quiet.
A 30-year veteran teacher at Bowling Green High School, Ron A. Skillern, is the 2017 Kentucky Teacher of the Year.
The U.S. Department of Education is seeking public comment on the proposed regulation to implement the requirement in Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, revised as the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), that federal funds must supplement, and may not supplant, state and local funds.
Commissioner of Education Stephen Pruitt has signed a proclamation declaring that October 16-22 is Safe Schools Week in Kentucky.
Two Kentucky career and technical education teachers have qualified as finalists in the Association for Career and Technical Education’s Excellence Awards.
Nine outstanding teachers from across the state – three elementary, three middle and three high school teachers – are semifinalists for the 2017 Kentucky Teacher of the Year Award.
The Kentucky Association for Environmental Education is accepting applications for formal and informal facilitators to conduct workshops in its various curricula programs. Educator and facilitator...
The Kentucky Storytelling Conference will be Nov. 4-5 at the Pike County Public Library District, Lee Avenue Branch, in Pikeville. The event includes featured storytellers...
The Office of the Secretary of State’s 2016-17 Essay and Slogan Contest is accepting student entries The contest helps students get engaged in the...
The Murray State University Center for Economic Education is hosting its Econ Extravaganza for teachers Nov. 1 in the Business Building on the MSU...
The Kentucky Association for Gifted Education is accepting nominations for its awards programs. The Distinguished Student Award recognizes a student from grades 3-6 who has...