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A head start down a career pathway

Marion County Area Technology Center is offering 8th-grade students a hands-on preview of its advanced manufacturing and Project Lead the Way curricula through a pair of elective classes.

Solar eclipse provides real-world project for engineering students

Bullitt County's Darrell Vincent shares how he used his students' interest in August's solar eclipse to create a project-based lesson his engineering students won't soon forget.

Community, academics and arts lead to Blue Ribbon

Gray Middle School’s success hinges on supportive parents, rigorous academics and placing emphasis on the arts.

Bullitt schools receive $90,000 in PLTW grants

Four elementary schools and three middle schools in Bullitt County have been awarded Project Lead The Way grants funded by the Bemis Company Foundation. Hebron,...

Superintendent Spotlight: Steve Butcher, Pulaski County

Pulaski County is working hard to prepare students for opportunities beyond their K-12 educational experience.

Designing partnerships and building our future

Schools have been working on forming partnerships with industries for a long time now, but figuring out how to make those relationships highly effective may provide big benefits for students.

Bullitt teacher selected as a PLTW master teacher

Darrell Vincent, a Project Lead The Way (PLTW) teacher at Bullitt East High School (Bullitt County), has been selected as a Project Lead The...

Pulaski teacher named PLTW Launch Instructor of the Year

Natasha Craft, the Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Launch teacher at Pulaski Elementary School (Pulaski County), has been named the Kentucky Project Lead The...

SOAR launches STEM-based education, workforce initiative

Educators from 22 eastern Kentucky school districts have kicked off an education initiative aimed at building a STEM-based (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) by...

Project-based learning helping students solve future problems now

Students in Anderson County Middle School's STEM class are finding solutions for problems that might affect the world they live in years from now as part of an innovative project.