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Lee County health education teacher brings home national award

Jessica Napier, alongside friends and family, waited to hear if she would be named the 2020 SHAPE America National Health Education Teacher of the Year during the May 5 virtual ceremony.

Two teachers earn SHAPE America regional recognition

Two Kentucky teachers have been named 2020 District Teachers of the Year by SHAPE America – Society of Health and Physical Educators.

Group to set standards for 2017-2018 school accountability

A group of education stakeholders and policymakers will gather Aug. 22 to set performance standards for 2017-2018 school accountability.

Superintendent of the year wants more for Lee County

Jim Evans has worked to improve education in the school district he attended during challenging times.

Focusing on the future of career education

School districts, postsecondary institutions and other entities are pooling their resources to create more opportunities for students through New Skills for Youth Kentucky.

Districts of Distinction recognized

The Kentucky Board of Education and the Kentucky Department of Education recognized 16 school districts as Districts of Distinction at the board’s Feb. 8 meeting.

Developing professionalism and collaboration among faculty

Lee County's Julia Durbin Bishop said professional learning communities and helped teachers come together when her district merged two schools over the summer.

KCM presents free professional learning for primary teachers

The Kentucky Center for Mathematics is offering a free professional learning event, “Foundations for Primary Grades,” for teachers in grades K-3 beginning Nov. 3...

Lee County ATC automotive technology program building a tradition of excellence

John Lucas' automotive technology classes at the Lee County Area Technology Center are geared toward helping students problem solve issues in a way that prepares them for a career in the automotive technician industry.

North Star helps districts put money into instruction instead of operations

School districts across Kentucky have saved more than $2 million by analyzing what they do and how they do it.