Tuesday, July 7, 2020
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Poetry takes center stage in state competition

Reciting a poem over a hundred years old, but with feelings still relevant today, Grant County High School sophomore Haley Bryan won the Kentucky Poetry Out Loud state competition. Her chosen poem in the final round was Revenge by Letitia Elizabeth Landon.

Adaptive recreation can make all PE students feel like part of...

At a recent adaptive recreation training, teachers learned how physical education classes can be adapted to include students with disabilities, and at the same time break down walls between differently abled students.

Meeting the swift, strong and enduring

Most of my photo assignments at the Kentucky Department of Education involve what’s happening in the classroom, not on the field. So I was excited to visit the Kentucky School for the Blind in Louisville for the 36th annual Bill Roby Track and Field Games.

Semester-long class highlights African American history, contributions

Madsen excited to show her students there’s so much more to black history than just the slavery era.

Small school focuses on the little things

Small groups, citizenship lead to big results for Blue Ribbon school.

Farris received Grissom Award

Clark County Superintendent Elaine Farris, Ed.D., received the fourth annual Dr. Johnnie Grissom Award (Strive for Achievement Through Instructional Equity) from the Kentucky Board of Education at its meeting Thursday.

KJHS Conference and KHD winners

Kentucky students were rewarded for their talents in history at the Kentucky Junior Historical Society (KJHS) 2011 Kentucky History Day (KHD) recently in Frankfort. KHD...

Classrooms managing education with Moodle

Learning on course thanks to systems like Moodle.

Fifteen honored as top civic educators

Merritt Robinson, of DuPont Manual High School (Jefferson County), was recognized with the 2011 Kentucky Outstanding Civic Education Leadership Award during the 2011 PNC/Kentucky High School Athletic Assocation (KHSAA) Boys Sweet 16 Basketball Tournament March 18 at Rupp Arena in Lexington.