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.
Boyd County's Carly Baldwin turned to an idea used by Google to get her students more involved in their own learning.
Oldham County's Ashley Lamb-Sinclair shares what she has learned during her tenure as a Teacher in Residence at the Kentucky Department of Education.
Anthropologists seek to understand humankind by closely observing cultures and societies across the globe. Teachers do the same thing in their classroom.
Grant County's Shannon Brickler explains what students can learn when their teachers miss a few days in the classroom for professional learning opportunities.
Anji Davidson shares how the Expeditionary Learning Fellows helped her explore the learning potential of the great outdoors.