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History Teacher of the Year helps students dress for success

A Jefferson County teacher uses hands-on instruction to garner the state History Teacher of the Year award.

Internship turning out ‘super’ for participants

Kentucky’s Minority Superintendent Internship Program is already paying dividends.

Districts of Innovation chart path for schools of tomorrow

Four school districts have new ideas for how best to prepare students.

Early financial literacy a worthy investment

Learning how to teach young students economics pays off, educators say.

Bridled learning

What is a horse’s favorite kind of cake? Carrot cake, of course! Semple Elementary School sits three blocks from Churchill Downs in Jefferson County, so naturally the Kentucky Derby is a familiar event to Semple students.

“Kentucky Teachers Rock”: The First Day of Let’s TALK

Kentucky Education Commissioner Terry Holliday exclaimed “Kentucky teachers rock” during his welcoming remarks at the Let’s TALK:Conversations about Effective Teaching conference last week. 

Summer meal program rolls out

Students were full of smiles, and sandwiches, as they as they experienced a school bus in a new way during the Jefferson County Public Schools’ and the Kentucky Department of Education’s kick off of the 2013 Summer Food Service Program.

Seneca rolls the bones to raise money

Seneca High School (Jefferson County) learned about genocide and raised more than $3,000 in the process.

Three Kentucky schools selected as national Green Ribbon winners

Three Kentucky schools are among 64 schools nationwide that have been named 2013 U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools. The program honors schools that...

A Key to School Improvement: Empowering Students Beyond the Classroom

A lot of emphasis has been placed on student empowerment in the classroom, but less attention has focused on student empowerment in the school...