Saturday, March 6, 2021
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Preparing to build relationships and character

Jessica Dueñas, the 2019 Kentucky Teacher of the Year, shares how she spent her summer preparing herself to be the type of leader she wants her students to be at the new W.E.B. DuBois Academy.

Jefferson teacher named KCEC Special Education Teacher of the Year

Marie Owens McNair, a special education teacher at Brooklawn School (Jefferson County), has been named the 2017 Special Education Teacher of the Year by the Kentucky Council for Exceptional Children (KCEC).

Louisville Writing Project plans mini-conference

The Louisville Writing Project will host a mini-conference on writing and reading strategies for K-12 teachers and college professors 16 and on writing college...

Two Fayette teaching teams hailed for excellence in co-teaching efforts

The Central Kentucky Educational Cooperative (CKEC) has recognized four Fayette County teachers for their excellence in co-teaching. Third-grade teacher Cara Harris and special education teacher...

Fayette teacher earns appreciation from Korean leadership

Heesung Choi, a special education teacher at The Learning Center at Linlee (Fayette County), recently received a certificate of appreciation at the Consulate General...

KSB students show community ‘we care’

Kentucky School for the Blind students create 55 care packages for Louisville’s homeless.

Making coding more friendly

A Livingston County teacher is introducing special education students to the world of coding through an after-school program, and perhaps opening doors for them along the way.

Relationships key to learning

Kelly Teague of Muhlenberg North Middle School is Kentucky’s Special Education Teacher of the Year.

A special education teacher’s personal journey of discovery

Rowan County’s Allison Slone shares how her son’s diagnosis shaped her view of how teachers are being prepared.

Extending the reach of special education professionals

The Bluegrass Center for Teacher Quality hosted an event Oct. 20 called “Building the Village: A Summit on Down Syndrome and Autism Education.”