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    By Susan Riddell susan.riddell@education.ky.gov In its first year, the All American Teacher of the Year Award recognizes outstanding mathematics, science and English teachers participating in the National Math and Science Initiative (NMSI) Advanced Placement Training and Incentive Program (APTIP). Three Kentucky teachers recently received this honor: Dianne Beckman, a 25-year classroom veteran. She teaches Algebra […]

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    With new science standards looming, science teachers take writing and literacy to task.

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    West Marion Elementary (Marion County) teacher Stacy Bartley is the winner of the February iPad giveaway by the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA). The contest was open to Kentucky residents who “liked” the KHEAA Facebook page, online at www.facebook.com/KHEAA, and answered a question about college. Bartley was presented with the iPad at the Washington […]

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    Funding from the Kentucky legislature is allowing more than 250 high schools and area technology centers to offer the Microsoft IT Academy to their students.

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    By Susan Riddell susan.riddell@education.ky.gov In its first year, the All American Teacher of the Year Award recognizes outstanding mathematics, science and English teachers participating in the National Math and Science Initiative (NMSI) Advanced Placement Training and Incentive Program (APTIP). Three Kentucky teachers recently received this honor: Dianne Beckman, a 25-year classroom veteran. She teaches Algebra

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    With new science standards looming, science teachers take writing and literacy to task.

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    West Marion Elementary (Marion County) teacher Stacy Bartley is the winner of the February iPad giveaway by the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA). The contest was open to Kentucky residents who “liked” the KHEAA Facebook page, online at www.facebook.com/KHEAA, and answered a question about college. Bartley was presented with the iPad at the Washington

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    Funding from the Kentucky legislature is allowing more than 250 high schools and area technology centers to offer the Microsoft IT Academy to their students.

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    The decision to pursue National Board certification is one of the best decisions an educator can make to grow professionally and more importantly, increase student achievement.

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    For Marion County Superintendent Taylora Schlosser, the actualization of the district’s “Six Big Dreams” is bringing the Distinguished district into a new era of innovation where students dream, believe and achieve like never before. The district’s early childhood education dream has resulted in additional preschool classrooms supporting the school board’s commitment to providing universal preschool

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    At the Kentucky Board of Education meeting in Frankfort April 13, Commissioner of Education Stephen Pruitt presented the 2016 Kevin M. Noland Award to Laura Arnold, associate commissioner for the Office of Career and Technical Education at the Kentucky Department of Education.

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    Students in Barren County played a key role in readying a bus for the district’s summer reading and meals program.

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    The Kentucky Summer Food Service Program is once again making sure students’ stomachs are full even when classrooms are empty.

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    Marion County English teacher uses content from a social studies class to improve her students’ literacy skills.

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  • 02/13/17--21:00: Taking it from the top
  • The Kentucky Chamber of Commerce’s training for principals aims to improve schools by developing stronger leaders.

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  • 08/07/17--21:00: Testing the waters
  • Teachers went wading recently through Caney Fork Creek as part of a water quality testing workshop, overseen by Tabitha Owens, an environmental education specialist with the Kentucky Environmental Education Council. 

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    The Kentucky Department of Education recognized 10 Kentucky public schools on Sept. 18 for outstanding teaching and learning conditions. These Winners’ Circle schools were recognized for their effective teaching and school leadership practices and will be shared as models of best practices across the state.