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.
Isabel Maremont Lake left the classroom after five years to work with Teach Kentucky teachers. Here, she explains what makes Teach Kentucky unique in terms of support.
Brittany Garrett taught for 4.5 years as a Teach Kentucky math educator at Thomas Jefferson Middle School before recently taking a new position as the Kentucky State Program Manager for MakerMinded.
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Louisville provides the cultural offerings that rival those of larger metropolitan areas where it is difficult to live comfortably on a teacher’s salary. Our affordable city is a place where educators can build a career and a home.
Guest blogger and third year teacher Rianna Das gives some reasons to brave the cold and inspire middle school girls to love science.
Teach Kentucky has assembled substantial reimbursement incentives for college graduates seeking to become certified to teach Middle or High School STEM (Science, Math, Technology, Engineering) content areas in the Louisville, Kentucky region.
Guest blogger and third year teacher Lily Nienstedt provides a humorous and thoughtful take on five reasons to become a middle school teacher in Louisville, Kentucky.
Former Teach Kentucky applicant Nicole Harp and her husband own Break the Mold CrossFit in Louisville where they have partnered with Steve’s Club to offer free classes for at-risk youth