Berea Community High School students planned and carried out an investigation that took place above their classroom. Actually, 107,000 feet above their classroom to be exact!
Rowan County Middle School uses project-based learning to help students and the community.
School district has created a regional hub where students can become innovators, inventors and creators.
The first-of-its-kind in Kentucky high school aims to prepare students for high-demand jobs.
The Kentucky Association of School Administrators’ Student Impact Grant Opportunity offers grants of up to $2,500 for schools that use project-based learning in their classrooms and give back to their community or the global community. Students or classes from any grade level in Kentucky schools may apply for the grants, which will be awarded to project-based learning classes or groups [...]
Owensboro Independent and Daviess County schools worked together to create a project-based learning centered school.
An externship program gives Jefferson County educators a better idea of how to incorporate real-world problems into their teaching.
The Clean Tech Competition is a global research and design challenge for student ages 15-18 that promotes educational trends towards student-led, project-based learning. This year’s theme, “A Solution to Pollution”, challenges teams of student innovators to design a clean technology solution to this real-world problem. Students will work in teams to research a specific issue and design a solution. Finalist [...]
STEAM students are on the fast track to college- and career-readiness.
Madison County high school has taken several routes to reach improvement.