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Kentucky educators TELL it all

A record 91 percent of eligible Kentucky school-based certified educators responded to a survey about teaching conditions at their school.

Improving the environment, one project at a time

Students' work was on display last week at the Kentucky Green and Healthy Schools and Kentucky National Energy Education Development Project Youth Summit and Awards Luncheon at Frankfort Convention Center.

Semifinalists named for 2018 Kentucky Teacher of the Year

Nine outstanding teachers from across the state – three elementary, three middle and three high school teachers – are semifinalists for the 2018 Kentucky Teacher of the Year Award, the Kentucky Department of Education and ValvolineTM announced.

24 educators chosen for Valvoline Teacher Achievement Awards

(FRANKFORT, Ky.) – The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) and Valvoline have selected 24 outstanding Kentucky educators as recipients of the 2018 Valvoline Teacher...

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.

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.