The staff at a Monroe County elementary school works to make sure its struggling students don’t continue to struggle.
Nearly 12,000 K-12 students from across the state showed judges what they can do with technology in arts and STEM at the 2019 Student Technology Leadership Program (STLP) State Championship April 18 in Rupp Arena.
Hunting eggs has long been a staple for children around Easter. However, children with visual impairments can miss out on the fun. The Kentucky School for the Blind has found a way to get their students involved in the Easter tradition by hosting an accessible egg hunt.
Local school boards and districts will see changes as a result of legislation passed during the Kentucky General Assembly’s 2019 Regular Session, which came to a close on March 28. The most notable changes includes those in Senate Bill 1, Senate Bill 8, Senate Bill 175 and House Bill 11.
A program that has helped identify and serve gifted students in underserved populations at some Jefferson County schools could have implications across the state.
School bus drivers and monitors in Warren County have been given trauma-informed training to help them better understand their students.
Huntertown Elementary in Woodford County is one of five public schools in Kentucky recognized as a National Blue Ribbon School.
Improving student engagement has led to increased achievement for special-needs students and those students who qualified for free- and reduced-price meals in Boyle County.
In what began as a discussion on helping the environment during Dr. Seuss Week, Amanda White’s 1st-grade class at Straub Elementary (Mason County) came up with the idea of collecting shoes to donate to Haiti.
The Educators Rising curriculum, which can be offered through the Teaching and Learning pathway, gives students that are interested in education a hands-on teaching experience, sustains their interest in the profession and helps them develop the skills they need to be successful educators.