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KBE SPOTLIGHT | JoAnn Adams’ roots in Kentucky public education run...

Kentucky Board of Education member JoAnn Adams taught for 33 years. She comes from a family of teachers that included her mother, grandmother, grandfather, great-grandmother and now, her daughter.

Commissioner convenes task force to study statewide curriculum development process

Kentucky Education Commissioner Wayne D. Lewis is convening a task force charged with making recommendations on improving the process of developing quality curriculum for Kentucky's public schools.

Meet KDE’s literacy team

Jamee Barton, Whitney Hamilton, Micki Ray and Teresa Rogers are the Kentucky Department of Education's literacy team.

Blending tradition with innovation

When students returned to Emma B. Ward Elementary for the 2015-16 school year, they noticed some big changes in their library.

Building relationships, one house at a time

Teachers at an Anderson County elementary school started their school year by paying a visit to every student in their classroom.

We are not an island

Anderson County teacher Brandy Beasley shares her thoughts on why mentoring is key to keeping new teachers in the classroom.

Anderson, Henderson elementaries to present at Model Schools Conference

South Heights Elementary School (Henderson County) and Robert B. Turner Elementary School (Anderson County) were chosen as 2016 Model Schools by the International Center...

Project-based learning helping students solve future problems now

Students in Anderson County Middle School's STEM class are finding solutions for problems that might affect the world they live in years from now as part of an innovative project.

No more ‘shushing’ in these school libraries

School libraries across the state are transforming from places to just check out books to places where students create, collaborate and use digital media to enhance their learning.

When failure leads to success

‘If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again’ goes beyond experimentation in Kentucky schools.