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 at Lee County High School in Beattyville. “Foundations for Primary Grades” cohorts are professional learning communities that grow K-3 teachers’ understanding of early numeracy development and improve their ability to establish a strong foundation in students [...]
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.
School districts across Kentucky have saved more than $2 million by analyzing what they do and how they do it.
The 2014 21st Century Community Learning Centers Multi-State Conference brought together directors from Kentucky, West Virginia, Tennessee, Ohio and Indiana to share best practices and innovations in after-school and summer programming.
Unique program brings computer science curriculum to Lee County High.
An $8.8 million, three-year grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation will support teachers and students in 12 school districts, the Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) announced today. This investment, known as an “Integration Grant,” will support the integration of several critical streams of work – measures of effective teaching, implementation of the Common Core State Standards and the [...]