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Love of reading, writing led Kentucky Teacher of the Year into...

Kentucky’s Teachers of the Year have diverse backgrounds and outlooks.

More preschools are collaborating with community partners

Districts are getting younger students better prepared for school by working with outside agencies.

Twelve Kentucky school districts receive major grant

An $8.8 million, three-year grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation will support teachers and students in 12 school districts, the Kentucky Department...

When students can’t get to KSB or KSD, the schools go...

Even though the Kentucky schools for the blind and deaf, respectively, are centrally located in the state doesn’t mean that all students needing their services can attend.

Business as usual

Jackie Revlett had trouble selecting a major while she was attending Murray State University. She went from music therapy to nursing to accounting to computer science. “I enjoyed business classes in college, but knew that my personality would not conform to an office cubicle from 8 to 5,” Revlett said.

Graduation 2010 part of Daviess County identity

It started out as an idea to introduce students to critical thinking beyond what traditional textbooks and lessons offer. Now it’s a part of who they are.