I’ve finally done it. It took five years, but I have photographed all of Kentucky’s 174 school districts, plus the Kentucky School for the Deaf and the Kentucky School for the Blind.
Retired science teacher Doug Ahrens now dispatches buses for the district where he’s spent nearly six decades. And he has no plans to retire again.
A Pulaski County middle school teacher found a way to decrease referrals and increase student learning.
In order to compete in the 21st century economy, Kentucky students must learn to think globally. Fourteen elementary and middle schools across the state will become models for implementing globally competency into schools’ curriculum.
By Amy Wallot email@example.com This is the second installment of photos from every district. (Click here for the first installment.) When my blog returns in January, I’ll have the final installment of the districts. Then I’ll...
Kentucky Board of Education acts on testing regulations changes.
The end of the school year brings excitement and a bit of relief. For high school students, the relief comes after finished end-of-course exams. That’s what I came across as I visited Murray High School in the Murray Independent school district, a District of Distinction.
Reidland library media specialist offers suggestions to foster a love of books, both old and new.
At Simmons Elementary guided reading and a literacy coach help move more students to reading proficiency by 3rd grade.
By Amy Wallot firstname.lastname@example.org In the final installment of one photo from every school district, I share Nelson County through Woodford County. (Please click here for the first installment and here for the second.) The photo...