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With professional development money seemingly dwindling every year, educators are finding it harder and harder to learn new and innovative ways to teach America’s past and help students connect with it. While we know how to teach the flawed pantheon of historical figures, many of our students fail to see someone who looks or thinks like them.
Kentucky’s 2020 Superintendent of the Year Brian Creasman talks about the journey Fleming County has been on since state management.
The Educators Rising curriculum, which can be offered through the Teaching and Learning pathway, gives students that are interested in education a hands-on teaching experience, sustains their interest in the profession and helps them develop the skills they need to be successful educators.
Visiting Teachers from Spain enables local school districts in Kentucky to hire highly qualified, licensed, native Spanish-speaking educators to teach at elementary, middle and high schools.
Gov. Matt Bevin made several appointments to Kentucky boards and commissions.
A fellowship at Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello inspired Lincoln County Middle School teacher Rachael Yaden to create an inquiry lesson based on the plantation.
A Lincoln County mathematics teacher shares with fellow teachers some of the ways she keeps students engaged at the Let’s TALK conference.
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.
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