As they took bites of different apples, 2nd-grade students at Anne Mason Elementary School (Scott County) kicked off a science unit without even realizing it.
Ezel Elementary School (Morgan County) celebrates being named a 2010 Blue Ribbon School.
Students across central Kentucky have been learning about cybersafety through the Internet Safety for Children Project.
Even though the Kentucky schools for the blind and deaf, respectively, are centrally located in the state doesn’t mean that all students needing their services can attend.
Cline Elementary School (Campbell County) celebrates being named a 2010 Blue Ribbon School.
Kentucky’s plan to increase college and career readiness relies heavily on a tool already familiar to teachers and students in the state – the Individual Learning Plan (ILP).
Whitley County prepares students for long-term success that starts with a robust preschool program.
Districts across the state have participated in professional development that concentrates on literacy focus and planning and taking what they learn back for discussion and potential implementation.
Grayson County's career and technical education program demonstrates how student organizations and the classroom are integrated together to achieve student success.
McCracken County's agriculture program ensures that "students are able to apply what they learn in careers and in life."