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Preschool librarian transforming practice

Henderson County's Rhea Isenberg said applying to become National Board certified pushed her to rethink what an effective library media program looks like.

KASL names award winners at summer conference

More than 250 Kentucky school librarians attended the annual Summer Refresher professional learning conference July 18 at Warren Central High School in Bowling Green, hosted by the Kentucky Association of School Librarians.

2017 TELL Kentucky survey sets record; results due next month

(FRANKFORT, Ky.) – Kentucky educators have set a new record with their response to the 2017 Teaching, Empowering, Leading and Learning (TELL) Kentucky survey. More...

A hub of school improvement

Kentucky’s school turnaround efforts, including the Hub School program, have been lauded as one of the strongest school turnaround models in the nation.

Icy exploration leads to lessons

Sam Northern, librarian at Simpson Elementary, is bringing his Antarctic expedition to the classroom through interdisciplinary lessons.

‘Education is my life’s work and great passion’

New Kentucky Board of Education member Gary Houchens sees promise and challenges in Commonwealth’s system.

Best practice schools recognized

During the annual Continuous Improvement Summit in Lexington on Sept. 20, the Kentucky Department of Education recognized six schools, one district and one educational cooperative for best practices.

Simpson County school librarian named 2016 National Geographic Fellow

Sam Northern was selected as one of the 2016 Lindblad Expeditions and National Geographic Grosvenor Teacher Fellows. Northern, who is a library media specialist at Simpson Elementary School, is one of 35 educators from the United States and Canada to receive this honor.

Fast-paced TeachMeet offers teachers technology on the fly

Workshop offers 20-minute presentations on technology that can be used in the classroom, most led by teachers who have tried the technology themselves.

Superintendent of the Year acts as both leader, teacher

Veteran educator James Flynn has led a turnaround in Simpson County.