Wednesday, February 19, 2020
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Why I read to my high school students

Kenton County's Kristina Slusser shares her thoughts on why she thinks teachers shouldn't stop reading to their students once they leave elementary school.

Kenton student a national winner in school bus safety poster contest

Megan Rust, a 5th-grade student at River Ridge Elementary School (Kenton County), has been named a winner in the 2016 National School Bus Safety...

What else can we expect from our children?

Kenton County's Kristina Slusser says educators need to be paying more attention to the mental health of students.

Collaborating outside her comfort zone

A Hart County library media specialist was attracted to the idea of collaborating outside her school, but she wasn’t interested in taking the easy way out.

Finding a place of their own

Freshman girls in Kenton County who might have taken a back seat in male-dominated engineering classes are thriving in a new career academy designed just for them.

Getting their hands on science

Teachers attending the Kentucky Science Teachers Association’s annual conference in Lexington used everything from foam balls and a giant Slinky to a syringe and bag of marshmallows to discover new ways to engage their students.

Kentuckians selected as finalists for math, science teaching

Ten Kentucky public school teachers have been selected as finalists for the prestigious Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.

Superintendent’s Spotlight: Terri Cox-Cruey, Kenton County

Superintendent Terri Cox-Cruey and Kenton County school district staff and educators are firm believers that strong leaders lead by example, model best practices and...

Common Assignment, uncommon results

Teachers in Kentucky and Colorado are collaborating on a study to improve teacher’s instructional practices and increase the number of students who master the skills called for in their state’s academic standards.

Ready to learn

Districts across the state are trying new ways to increase kindergarten readiness.