Despite the improvement we have seen, we, as a state, still have a lot of work to do. We have a significant achievement gap that needs to be addressed.
When I went to see my daughter sing at the Southern Kentucky Music Association’s All Festival choir concert, I realized that the beautiful music their joined voices created was a metaphor for us as educators and the magic that happens when we work together.
Teachers sometimes need to let up on the pressure -- on their students and themselves.
Two Shelby County High School teachers have discovered they become stronger teachers by planning their lessons together.
The Bluegrass Center for Teacher Quality hosted an event Oct. 20 called “Building the Village: A Summit on Down Syndrome and Autism Education.”
Mason County Middle School teacher Brian McDowell took learning on the page and turned it into a real-life experience.
As Kentucky’s new commissioner of education, I want you to know that I value your views, your input and your help in preparing our students for tomorrow.
Hope Street Group Kentucky Teacher Fellow Cassie Redding bases her entire approach to teaching on the premise that the success of her students must be her top priority.
Ashley Lamb-Sinclair didn’t realize it at first, but she discovered she was “one of those people who was just born to teach.”
We’ve spent our careers advocating for our students and now it’s time to advocate for our profession and ourselves. We can impact, influence and change the public narrative around public education.