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Poetry takes center stage in state competition

Reciting a poem over a hundred years old, but with feelings still relevant today, Grant County High School sophomore Haley Bryan won the Kentucky Poetry Out Loud state competition. Her chosen poem in the final round was Revenge by Letitia Elizabeth Landon.

Learning won’t stop when the snow piles up

Thirteen school districts are creating programs for snowbound students.

Student council, commissioner discuss school issues

Members of the fourth incarnation of the Next-Generation Student Advisory Council met with Commissioner Terry Holliday, Kentucky Board of Education Chairman Roger Marcum and other KDE staff and government officials during their first meeting of the 2014-15 school year.

Students share insight with Commissioner Holliday

By Amy Wallot Members of the third installment of the Next-Generation Student Council recently visited the offices of the Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) for...

It’s starting to add up

Mathematics stakeholders offer reassurance for teachers concerned with standards gaps.

Award presented to educator for 54 years of service

On Feb. 14, the Kentucky Association of School Administrators (KASA) awarded Fred Williams a Lifetime Achievement Award for 54 years of work in public...

Schools tackle truancy issue

Schools offer diversion programs that are paying off.

Technology meets outdoors

GIS, GPS tools guide students through surroundings By Susan Riddell Ever wondered why a certain plant is prominent in one part of your county but not...

Experienced teachers give KTIPs to assist first-year counterparts

Many teachers across Kentucky are walking into classrooms as professional teachers for the first time this month. Danny Pagan, who teaches students with special needs at Dry Ridge Elementary School (Grant County), wants them to know that no two days are ever the same. “For me, every new day is like a canvas,” said the former graphic designer now in his fifth year teaching. “I will most definitely bring my paint brush and all my colors, yet the picture I paint may be different than the one I planned.”