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Former Bullitt County superintendent Keith Davis returns to the classroom in...

For almost 30 years, Keith Davis has been out of a public school classroom. But it wasn’t until he was on the brink of retirement that he realized he had more gas in the tank.

Hybrid program available at UofL for teachers who want to be...

The University of Louisville has redesigned its Principal Preparation Program for hybrid learning and lowered the cost for spring 2021. Now UofL’s Advanced Educational Leader Program is seeking candidates statewide for its Executive Leadership Academy.

Digging deeper to unearth gifted students

A program that has helped identify and serve gifted students in underserved populations at some Jefferson County schools could have implications across the state.

Three Bullitt educators receive awards from UofL

Bullitt County schools Superintendent Keith Davis, Bullitt Lick Middle School Assistant Principal Raymond Yaksic and Bullitt Lick Middle 6th-grade language arts teacher Sarah Oros have earned recognition from the University of Louisville College of Education and Human Development.

Haselton receives first David Karem Award

The Kentucky Board of Education named Dr. W. Blake Haselton, superintendent-in-residence and associate clinical professor in the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Louisville, as the first recipient of the David Karem Award during the board’s regular meeting Oct. 4 in Frankfort.

Practices for simply solving pesky probability problems in grades 6-12

The University of Louisville's Susan A. Peters describes how hypothetical 1,000 tables can help students discover the sometimes-confusing rules of probability.

Grant development workshop scheduled in Louisville

The Grant Training Center will host a professional grant development workshop Aug. 21-22 at the University of Louisville. The workshop is designed for those...

Carroll County going ‘All in for Algebra’

Trimble is one of 26 Carroll County School District teachers participating in a cutting-edge grant through the Kentucky Department of Education to increase student achievement in STEM subjects by increasing collaboration between postsecondary institutions and K-12 teachers and administrators.

Louisville Writing Project to host mini-conference

The Louisville Writing Project will host a writing mini-conference Aug. 27 at the University of Louisville’s College of Education. Conference topics will include lessons...

Professional grant development workshop coming to Louisville

The Grant Training Center will host a professional grant development workshops July 21-22 at the University of Louisville Shelby Campus. The workshops are designed for...