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.
This fall, 38 new teachers hailing from 20 states and 36 universities will launch their education careers in 24 different Louisville region high-needs middle and high schools.
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.
Teach Kentucky 2017 recruitment weekend dates are set and planning has begun!
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 (TKY) announces its 2017 teacher recruitment initiatives to meet JCPS’s STEM educator demand at Louisville Water Tower Park tonight at 5:30 pm.