The Education Industry
Sarah’s recently published article in the Washington Post adds a strong and important teacher voice to the national debate concerning school choice.
Paul Barnwell’s recent article, published this week in the Atlantic Magazine’s online edition, discusses the rising trend of personalized-learning software in public school classrooms.
Teach Kentucky is featured in The Voice-Tribune’s 2016 education issue as an example of a local organization recruiting top teachers to Jefferson County Public Schools
Teach Kentucky educators are remaining in these turnaround schools, developing themselves as mature, seasoned school leaders.
Ask any teacher the top-five most demanding aspects of their job, and most likely “classroom management” or “discipline” will end up on the list.
What I enjoy most about my role as an educator is helping students become people who can exist and thrive in our current world. This year, I was given the opportunity to teach a class focusing on leadership.
Teach Kentucky (TKY) announces its 2017 teacher recruitment initiatives to meet JCPS’s STEM educator demand at Louisville Water Tower Park tonight at 5:30 pm.
In its publication Kentucky School Advocate, The Kentucky School Board Association (KSBA) recently wrote about Teach Kentucky’s essential role in filling local school district vacancies.
In the summer of 2015, I had the honor of being selected as a Hope Street Group Kentucky State Teacher Fellow. Hope Street Group is a nonprofit, unbiased organization funded by The Gates Foundation whose goals are to create change agents within the spheres of public education, healthcare, and careers.