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Kentucky’s healthiest schools honored

The Alliance for a Healthier Generation’s National Healthy Schools Award is an honor given to showcase and acknowledge schools that have implemented changes to create healthier school environments.

16 schools receive National Healthy Schools Award

Sixteen Kentucky schools have been named winners of the National Healthy Schools Award by the Alliance for a Healthier Generation. The awards were announced recently...

Blue Ribbon school’s positive atmosphere allows students to thrive

A positive atmosphere, lots of celebration, team work, and high expectations for all students all helped Central Elementary become a national Blue Ribbon school.

NBCT Class of 2014 celebrated at the Capitol

Teachers from around the state celebrated their National Board Certification recently at the Capitol as the Class of 2014 was recognized.

KDE, educators smoothing new pathway to early graduation

More students than expected are taking advantage of a newly created pathway to early graduation.

Student council, commissioner discuss school issues

Members of the fourth incarnation of the Next-Generation Student Advisory Council met with Commissioner Terry Holliday, Kentucky Board of Education Chairman Roger Marcum and other KDE staff and government officials during their first meeting of the 2014-15 school year.

Superheroes help Johnson Elementary succeed

Students, administrators and teachers say that the family-like atmosphere, the community’s commitment to education and innovative teachers are why Robert D. Johnson Elementary was one for four public schools in the state to receive the 2014 National Blue Ribbon designation from the U.S. Department of Education.

Four Kentucky public schools win Blue Ribbon honors

The U. S. Department of Education (USED) has named four Kentucky public schools as 2014 National Blue Ribbon Schools, based on their overall academic...

Different paths for the same goal

Making differentiated instruction work is critical to student success, teachers agree.

Gifted and talented education must be ever-evolving, educators say

Kentucky's Gifted Education is Feb. 17-23