Aretha Whaley didn’t begin her professional career as an educator. When she graduated from Eastern Kentucky University with a bachelor’s degree in English, she took a position as an assistant manager at a bookstore to be surrounded by her love of literature.
The statewide average composite score was 18.7, marking an improvement from 18.6 in 2022. A total of 54 Kentucky students achieved a perfect score of 36.
Murray State University is offering a professional development opportunity for English language arts teachers on Sept. 16.
I didn’t know it when I signed up for Rebecaa Potter's class, but the year I would spend learning the complexity of the English language under her guidance would be the year I found one of my biggest role models.
Olaoluwakiitan (Kiitan) Adedeji’s was honored as Lexington's first youth poet laureate during a ceremony at the Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning in December.
Stephanie Roederer became a teacher 15 years ago and started working at Olmsted Academy South, an all-girls middle school in Jefferson County Public Schools, as an English language arts teacher 11 years ago.
Three Kentucky educators are using role-playing games, like Dungeons & Dragons, to enrich student learning experiences.
Bowling Green Independent Schools meets refugee, migrant families where they are with Teranga Academy
Teranga Academy (Bowling Green Independent Schools) is designed to support teens and their families who are new to the United States and to American schools. The academy is open to Bowling Green Junior High and Bowling Green High School students who have been in the United States for three years or less, are multilingual and have had their formal education interrupted.
The Kentucky Council of Teachers of English and Language Arts (KCTE) will be holding its 2022 conference on March 18-19 at Berea College.
Boyle County's Kate Fryar helped her 9th-grade students learn how to communicate and work together by getting them to create and film a TV pilot.