This article highlights aspects of Kentucky’s deep – and not so deep – past as revealed by uncommon and often overlooked documents, archaeological sites and the artifacts they hold.
The National Museum of the American Indian in Washington has launched a new website that includes new resources available from its education office. The Native Knowledge 360 page is a starting point for the museum’s national initiative to inspire and promote improvement of teaching and learning about American Indians. A new removal lesson includes modules designed for use by grades [...]
By Amy Wallot firstname.lastname@example.orgWhile traveling in Eastern Kentucky, I had the chance to make a short visit to Jackson County. I stopped by Sand Gap Elementary School and visited with 2nd and 5th-grade classes. The school is striving to meet the needs and curriculum goals of its students through vertical alignment and school-wide themes. According to 5th-grade teacher Regina Flannery, [...]