Monday, July 22, 2019
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Shakespeare in the summer

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

The fun of science

Science experiments are underway every day in schools across Kentucky. Students enjoy the hands-on activities and teachers like to get in on the fun, too. This is a small collection of science I’ve seen happening over the past few months.

Governor signs alternative high school diploma legislation

Gov. Steve Beshear signed a bill on Monday that will benefit students with disabilities by allowing them to earn an alternative high school diploma. “We...

Hardin County teacher serves her students and her country

Meyer helps special education students from across the globe, and they help her, too.

Marching into the classroom

Following military careers, former troops are turning to teaching.

Mission complete

Online game brings in knowledge and fun, not to mention a few awards.

Fifteen honored as top civic educators

Merritt Robinson, of DuPont Manual High School (Jefferson County), was recognized with the 2011 Kentucky Outstanding Civic Education Leadership Award during the 2011 PNC/Kentucky High School Athletic Assocation (KHSAA) Boys Sweet 16 Basketball Tournament March 18 at Rupp Arena in Lexington.

Program aims to help students march to graduation

Dropout prevention pilot program launches in Kentucky.

Stop and smell the tomatoes

Fuqua, a family consumer science teacher at Bryan Station High School (Fayette County), started a school garden at her school last year. She incorporates the garden with core content to make her students more aware of what the physical world offers them on a daily basis. “A garden is a place to do something yourself that has visible results,” Fuqua said. ”This builds pride and a connection with nature and the world around us that I feel is incredibly important to a person’s life. I believe that people need a break from the technologies around them a few moments out of each day to stop and smell the tomatoes.”