The Kentucky Board of Education (KBE) recognized 67 talented and passionate educators during its meeting on June 7. The KBE honored educators who had received awards throughout the school year due to their talent and passion for professional growth and perfecting their craft.
Breanna Parks, a senior at Knott County Central High School, received an award from the Freedom Writers Foundation of Long Beach, Calif. As part of the award, she will be included as a student author in an upcoming book set to be released in spring 2022.
The University of Kentucky College of Education hosts the Teachers Who Made a Difference program to give people the opportunity to honor educators who challenged, supported and inspired them.
Two Jefferson County teachers share their ideas for how teachers can encourage their colleagues and help promote the profession.
The Kentucky School Boards Association (KSBA) is asking school districts and communities to thank and recognize the state’s 872 local board of education members during the January observance of School Board Recognition Month. "The month of January has become a time for Kentuckians --and, in fact, for people in many other states -- to offer their 'thank yous' to the [...]