Sumer Starks graduated in 2010 from Calloway County High School, where she was an active member of the business department.
The Kentucky Department of Education is offering three opportunities for teachers of the teaching and learning pathway to learn more about instructional and clinical resources available for the 2018-2019 school year.
Laura Spiegelhalter, a family and consumer sciences teacher at duPont Manual High School (Jefferson County), received the Spirit of Advising Award from the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America at the organization’s recent National Leadership Conference in Atlanta.
In order to support the continuing and new schools offering the teaching and learning career pathway, the Kentucky Department of Education wants to hear from school principals, counselors and teachers at schools offering the pathway.
Michah Schenck had part-time jobs before. After spending a portion of his senior year with an automotive products manufacturing firm, however, he knew he had found something more.
The Kentucky Department of Education’s Interim Commissioner Wayne Lewis visited the Four Rivers Foundation school districts and area technical centers to talk to students about the dual credit, technical programs and partnerships in the Ballard, Carlisle, Fulton and Hickman county school districts and the Fulton Independent school district.
The Kentucky Department of Education has awarded six Kentucky school districts with grants to strengthen and expand career and technical pathways for students.
School greenhouses help students see how four years of instruction about plant anatomy, soil, nutrition, disease, pests, business management and marketing come to life as they produce plants for sale to the public.
Gov. Matthew G. Bevin signed a proclamation declaring February as CTE Month in Kentucky in a ceremony in his office on Feb. 13.
A team of four Kentucky educators attended the MBA Research National Leadership Forum Jan. 26-29 in Columbus, Ohio.