Teachers across the state and country are trying to help parents understand today’s mathematics instruction and why it will help their children develop a deeper understanding of mathematics concepts.
Henderson County is one of many Kentucky school districts using a computerized program to assess students.
Two groups, both receiving input from Kentucky, are working on national science and social studies standards, respectively.
The 2014 KAHERD teachers of the year are Daniel Hill, a teacher at Tates Creek Elementary (Fayette County) and Rhonda Smith, a teacher at Lloyd Memorial High School (Elsmere-Erlanger Independent).
College/career ready means having a good work ethic in Hardin County.
Two Jefferson County teachers are innovative in teaching vocabulary.
Twelve Washington County teachers are enhancing their use of formative assessment practices in science classes as part of grant to improve science instruction and assessment.
The biggest change in assessments given to Kentucky students in the 2017-18 school year is the field-testing of end-of-course exams in three high school courses.
Allen County schools is the first district in the state to give all students full access to the local public library.
The Kentucky Chamber of Commerce’s training for principals aims to improve schools by developing stronger leaders.