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A professional middle school musical

If there's one thing that Carlee Cornett does not want someone walking out of the plays put on by Lincoln County Middle School to say it's this: "That was cute." 

Gov. Bevin makes appointments to Kentucky boards and commissions

Gov. Matt Bevin made several appointments to Kentucky boards and commissions.

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.

These students don’t learn history, they investigate it

A fellowship at Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello inspired Lincoln County Middle School teacher Rachael Yaden to create an inquiry lesson based on the plantation.

Teachers find fun and games for math classes at Let’s TALK...

A Lincoln County mathematics teacher shares with fellow teachers some of the ways she keeps students engaged at the Let’s TALK conference.

Yearlong program focused on creating stronger school, district leaders

LEAD-Kentucky uses an established national program as part of the effort to turn around low-performing schools, and it will be open to all schools later this year.

A look back at 2014 in photos

By Amy Wallot amy.wallot@education.ky.gov This year I had the opportunity to photograph a couple of events that have been going on for years, but I had...

It’s football time…in the classroom!

One of my favorite sounds of fall is hearing “It’s football time in the Bluegrass” blared from the speakers at Commonwealth Stadium.   Cheering for...

Program Reviews a shift from test-centered to program-centered

Terra Greer, principal at E.P. Ward Elementary School (Fleming County), learned something interesting while piloting Program Reviews, a new way for measuring how well Kentucky schools are teaching students writing and arts and humanities. She could not find evidence to demonstrate how well her school was providing students with opportunities in the arts and humanities.