Who among teachers could use some inspiration? ChangeMakers, a continuing education option for teachers to pursue EPSB rank change, is enrolling now for a cohort that begins in June 2023.
Due to the critical teacher shortage in Kentucky, the GoTeachKY initiative was started in 2019 with the goal of “inspiring the next generation of Kentucky’s teachers.”
The Educators’ Professional Implementation Center (EPIC) is hosting professional learning opportunities focused on American documents and speeches with teaching, content and literacy experts.
Districts and teachers are invited to participate in the U.S. Department of Education’s Promoting Adolescents’ Comprehension of Text (PACT) research program.
This article highlights aspects of Kentucky’s deep – and not so deep – past as revealed by uncommon and often overlooked documents, archaeological sites and the artifacts they hold.
Global Exploration for Educators Organization (GEEO) allows educators to earn professional development and optional graduate credit while visiting places worldwide.
The Federal Reserve of St. Louis has free resources available for teachers to help them with lessons on economics and personal finance.
PBS LearningMedia’s Kentucky Field Trips collection allows students to visit the E.W. Brown Solar Farm in Mercer County, a first-of-its-kind solar farm built in 2016, through a series of educational videos.
The Keizai Koho Center (KKC) welcomes teachers from North America to deepen their understanding of Japan during the KKC Study Tour to Japan.
New guidance on how to navigate Senate Bill 9 (2022), the Read to Succeed Act, is available to help districts craft new “Read at Home” plans.