Taylor County's Kellie Jones says students may come with different experiences – and it’s important to keep up with the changing times – but connect with them on an emotional level and you will have an experience that remains embedded in their hearts and minds.
Lee County's Julia Durbin Bishop said professional learning communities and helped teachers come together when her district merged two schools over the summer.
Crittenden County's Tiffany Blazina shares how she discovered the tough lessons being taught by her daughter's soccer coach also apply to her as an educator.
Wayne County's Leah Turner has found that the closer she gets to retirement, the more she asks herself, 'Where do I go from here?' It's a question her community has been asking too.
Boyle County Middle School teacher Danielle Burke says great things happened when she gave her students more time to ask questions.
Jefferson County’s new Priority Teacher Institute is designed to give practical, intensive help to new teachers going into some of the district's most challenging settings.
Kenton County's Kristina Slusser says educators need to be paying more attention to the mental health of students.
Jenkins Independent's Sabrina Tackett describes how even high-achieving students can face obstacles in the classroom due to the challenges they face at home.
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.