Friday, October 22, 2021
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Declaring war on Novice performance

More than 60,000 of Kentucky’s elementary and middle school students and nearly 1-in-4 of Kentucky’s high school students are in that state of academic emergency. It is an incredibly dangerous place for our children to be.

Military history lessons go beyond the battle

Six teachers developed 12 lessons using the Kentucky Military History Museum this summer. The lessons, which strive to get students thinking about the military’s role in the state’s history, will be available statewide this fall.

Call for presenters for learning conference now open

The “Where Ideas Take FLIGHT (Future Lesson Ideas Gathered Here Today)” Institute, sponsored by Bullitt County Public Schools and the Ohio Valley Educational Cooperative,...

Middle school engineering curriculum available

Engineering is Elementary has produced a free afterschool middle school engineering curriculum that can be accessed at Although designed with afterschool in mind, the...

Blending mathematics instruction for elementary grades

Education Week and Dreambox are sponsoring a free webinar Feb. 13, 2014, from 1 to 2 p.m. ET, based on the idea of blended...

Resources for digital format of language curriculum

Middlebury Interactive offers resources to help launch, expand or transition current language curriculum to a digital format with K-12 courses are developed by academics...

Giving health and PE educators a boost in teaching

Trainings help health/PE teachers make sure lessons align with national standards.

Social studies standards update

The Social Studies Assessment, Curriculum, and Instruction (SSACI) collaborative, a consortium of 22 states and organizations, including Kentucky, convened by the Council of Chief...

KHS Foundation to develop curriculum

The Kentucky Historical Society (KHS) Foundation has received a $110,000 grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS). The funds will be...

Owen County educator has teachers all on same page(s)

Teachers in Owen County are aligning their lessons nine weeks at a time.