The vision for our Owensboro Independent Schools fine arts department – Every Art for Every Child in Every School – is more than a slogan
Studying world languages is fast becoming a necessity in this rapidly changing and interconnected world.
Daviess County Superintendent Owens Saylor said he came to a strong district in 2012, and he has led initiatives that have kept it moving forward.
Former laboratory technician Angela Gunter may have left the medical profession to become a teacher, but she still believes in using the best ideas from other professions to make her teaching stronger.
Ten Kentucky public school teachers have been selected as finalists for the prestigious Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.
Workshop offers 20-minute presentations on technology that can be used in the classroom, most led by teachers who have tried the technology themselves.
Ashley Lamb-Sinclair didn’t realize it at first, but she discovered she was “one of those people who was just born to teach.”
Owensboro Independent and Daviess County schools worked together to create a project-based learning centered school.
Jana Bryant By Jana Bryant email@example.com Barnett Berry, one of the authors of Teaching 2030: What We Must Do for Our Students and Our Public Schools, believes “it is time to blur the lines of distinction between those who teach and those who lead.” This distinction ought to become even more blurred with Kentucky’s Professional Growth and Effectiveness [...]
Some of those who've taken the survey say it's important for teachers and others to weigh in.