Teacher Induction and Support
Teach Kentucky’s impact is growing as alumni like Melissa Shearon and Deloreon Burton move into leadership positions. As members of KDE’s Education Recovery Team, these two TKY alumni support other teachers and administrators in JCPS schools that need support.
Teach Kentucky’s impact is growing as this year marks the first time a student of a Teach Kentucky teacher has gone on to enter the program herself. Launi Brown is a member of the newest Teach Kentucky cohort, and a former Western High School student of Aubrey Holle, a member of Teach Kentucky’s 2012 cohort.
Guest bloggers and second year teachers Olivia Carner and Lizz Weir share the top 10 reasons they think people should join Teach Kentucky as teachers who have fun and make a difference.
Eunbee loved the support she received from her first-year Retired Teacher Advocate. Below is her reflection about the support and experience.
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.
Guest blogger and third year teacher Rianna Das gives some reasons to brave the cold and inspire middle school girls to love science.
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.