The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) has named the new class of ambassadors for the GoTeachKY initiative.
Officials with the Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) gave an update on new legislation on student discipline during the Teachers Advisory Council meeting on Sept. 7.
The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) is seeking applications for the next class of GoTeachKY Ambassadors.
Due to the critical teacher shortage in Kentucky, the GoTeachKY initiative was started in 2019 with the goal of “inspiring the next generation of Kentucky’s teachers.”
The mission of GoTeachKY, an initiative of the Kentucky Department of Education, is to ensure that all students across the Commonwealth have equitable access to effective educators.
The Kentucky Department of Education’s (KDE’s) Commissioner’s Teachers Advisory Council (TAC) heard about ongoing educator recruitment and retention efforts during its Sept. 13 meeting.
Last month I met with the Kentucky Legislature’s Interim Joint Committee on Education to talk about the teacher workforce. The legislators and I talked about a lot about ways we might be able to encourage more people to go into teaching and how to keep our current teachers in their classrooms.
During its March 15 meeting, the Kentucky Department of Education’s (KDE) Teachers Advisory Council (TAC) – comprised of about 20 teacher leaders from across the Commonwealth – discussed the 2022 Impact Kentucky Working Condition Survey.
Noraa Ransey, a NBCT teacher at North Calloway Elementary School (Calloway County) was awarded the KY NBCT Champion Award during a virtual ceremony on Feb. 10.
Kentucky superintendents hear updates on HB 563, School Funding Task Force legislative recommendations
Kentucky Department of Education leadership met with district leaders on Nov. 16 for the department’s monthly Superintendents Webcast to provide details on litigation surrounding House Bill 563.