Thursday, December 12, 2019
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Kentucky United Nations Assembly highlights culture and policy

During the month of March, students from across Kentucky attended a session of the Kentucky United Nations Assembly (KUNA), a 3-day long program put on by the YMCA.

Principal sees value, rigor in world languages

Western Hills High School Principal Greg Roush honored as 2016 Kentucky World Language Association Administrator of the Year.

Finding inspiration in a week of math

Some teachers in Kentucky started their year off this fall with a week full of inspirational math lessons from Jo Boaler’s youcubed, a website that offers five days of lesson plans and tasks designed to instill a positive mindset about math in students.

School librarians, students, others honored by KASL

The Kentucky Association of School Librarians (KASL) honored 2016 award recipients at a luncheon and ceremony Sept. 24 at the Galt House in Louisville.

Kentucky School for the Blind students author book

Seven students from the Kentucky School for the Blind are hoping to release the first-ever professionally published anthology written by blind and visually-impaired teenagers this fall.

Welcome to the Library Media page

In this section of Kentucky Teacher, librarians will continue to receive announcements, professional learning opportunities, news and program ideas as in the past, but now on a monthly rather than a quarterly basis.

Students go shopping at the Reality Store

The Frankfort Area Chamber of Commerce gave students in Frankfort-area schools an idea of the financial obligations and obstacles they might face as adults through its Reality Store.

Plan will help ensure equitable access to qualified, experienced teachers

The Kentucky Department of Education is drafting a plan to combat teacher turnover and ensure that all Kentucky students are taught by experienced, qualified teachers.

Yearlong program focused on creating stronger school, district leaders

LEAD-Kentucky uses an established national program as part of the effort to turn around low-performing schools, and it will be open to all schools later this year.

A look back at 2014 in photos

This year I had the opportunity to photograph a couple of events that have been going on for years, but I had never attended, such as the graduation ceremony at the Carl D. Perkins Vocational Training Center and bus driver training.