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Schedule the VSA Student Traveling Exhibition now

The 2017 VSA Kentucky Student Traveling Exhibition, “A Matter of Perspective” – which showcases original artwork created by K-12 students with disabilities from schools throughout Kentucky – is now traveling to schools and other community venues throughout the Commonwealth.

Taking it from the top

The Kentucky Chamber of Commerce’s training for principals aims to improve schools by developing stronger leaders.

Students selected for Commissioner’s Student Council

Sixteen Kentucky public high school students have been named to the Commissioner’s Student Council, a group that provides input to Kentucky Commissioner of Education Stephen Pruitt.

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.

Graves custodian leads roundtable discussion at RESPECT conference

Matthew Powell, the head custodian at Graves County Central Elementary School, was selected to facilitate a roundtable discussion with fellow education support professionals from...

Flipping over classrooms and crickets

Teachers learn new ideas to keep students interested at the Kentucky Association for Environmental Education’s annual conference.

Two elementary schools are National Title I Distinguished Schools

Two Kentucky schools have been recognized as part of the National Title I Association’s National Title I Distinguished Schools program. Schools are chosen in two...

KHSAA Boys’ Sweet Sixteen 2013

The KHSAA Boys Sweet Sixteen is one of my favorite annual events and I know I’m not alone. It’s as high of an energy atmosphere as you can get. From a photographer’s standpoint, it’s a golden opportunity filled with great action, and tons of emotion.

Kentucky Teacher has Kentucky covered

I’ve finally done it. It took five years, but I have photographed all of Kentucky’s 174 school districts, plus the Kentucky School for the Deaf and the Kentucky School for the Blind. 

Shakespeare in the summer

By Amy Wallot Teachers from around the state had a good time learning about Shakespeare and how to make his work more accessible to their...