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Pulaski guidance counselor receives statewide honor

Doug Grider, the guidance counselor at Southwestern High School (Pulaski County) was named the 2015 Outstanding High School Counselor by the Kentucky Counseling Association...

Schools mark milestone in dropout prevention as the work continues

While Kentucky schools have reason to celebrate their efforts to keep students from leaving school before age 18, their dropout prevention efforts are far from over.

9 schools, district recognized for best practices

The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) recognized nine schools and one district for best practices during the second annual Continuous Improvement Summit on Tuesday. Education...

Pulaski County ATC adds Natural Gas Pipeline Technician Program to its...

The new program is the first of its kind in the state’s secondary education sector, and the most comprehensive program at the high school level in the country.

Teachers hope camp experience pays off in the classroom

Space camp participants say students will benefit from teamwork and excitement in the classroom.

High schools to serve as community hubs for others

Franklin-Simpson, Pulaski County High have improved and will now help others do the same.

Nine school districts recognized for AP gains

Nine Kentucky public school districts join 530 other districts nationwide and in Canada on the third annual Advanced Placement® (AP) District Honor Roll.

Elementary, middle, high school describe how they fight bullying

Schools at the elementary, middle and high levels reveal how they combat bullying.

Letter grades ‘standard’-bearers no more

UK professors are hoping to use levels of content mastery to determine grades.

Kentucky schools recognized for working conditions

Ten Kentucky schools were recognized for the working conditions, safety and student achievement in their buildings at the 17th Annual Safe Schools, Successful Students Conference in Louisville this week.