I didn’t know it when I signed up for Rebecaa Potter's class, but the year I would spend learning the complexity of the English language under her guidance would be the year I found one of my biggest role models.
Springtime in Kentucky brings lots of things for which to be grateful. I have had the opportunity to travel to and live in some amazingly beautiful places, but the abundance of colors that spring brings to the Bluegrass state makes this one of my favorite places on earth.
Remember sitting in your undergraduate education classes, being bombarded with hypothetical situations to play out in your mind? That was scary. There were lots of things that made us think, “Is that really going to happen?” We had no idea what we were in for.
This year, Teacher Appreciation Week will be May 3-7. This year’s theme is #ThankATeacher. I am thankful every day for the teachers who have helped and inspired me along the way.
May is always a special time of the year in education because that’s when we celebrate national Teacher Appreciation Week, which this year is being celebrated May 4-8.
There are times when merely saying thank you doesn’t seem to be enough and this is certainly one of those times. We pause each year at this time during National Teacher Appreciation Week to express our gratitude for the important work you do.
Teaching is a demanding profession. To celebrate National Teacher Appreciation Week, scheduled for May 7-11, I'd like to thank all of Kentucky's educators for the outstanding things they do for their students every day.
Stephen Pruitt It is Teacher Appreciation Week – a time that should be celebrated on the highest levels, but is often overlooked. So, if you will indulge me, I would like to talk about the greatest and most noble career of education. […]
It’s national Teacher Appreciation Week and it’s a great time to think of and thank those teachers who have influenced your life.
Education Commissioner Terry Holliday We are coming to the end of another school year — made longer thanks to this year’s difficult winter — and I know many of you are preparing for the K-PREP tests. Tremendous change has occurred in Kentucky public education system during the past several years with the implementation of new standards, the creation [...]