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Teachers and staff at Powell County High School are trying to make senior year still a little special for the school's graduating seniors.
Fayette County teachers sent cases of water to Martin county.
KET will offer more educational proigramming for different age groups starting March 30
Ashland Elementary staff is the latest to take to the streets to cheer up students and themselves.
Going hip-hop to teach young kids about coins, check out Haley Vollet at Stonewall Elementary
Parents, teachers and students have free access to a bank of online education resources, according to the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education (CPE).
Measure expands training opportunities for people who deal with the public.
Group understands NTI and other out-of-school plans vary greatly from district to district. Educators need to remain calm.
A report by Kentucky Auditor Mike Harmon shows the pension system for teachers is on more solid ground.
The issue of pension reform was a major focus last year especially for teachers.
Kristen LaRue was a teacher for seven years before she switched to real estate.
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin's legal team has failed to persuade a judge to step aside from hearing a lawsuit stemming from protests that shut down some schools.
The Bluegrass Central Labor Council held its annual Labor Day picnic, at Masterson Station Park on Monday.
Specific teachers are targeted in a new phone scam. Find out how it works and what can be done to avoid becoming a victim.
Kentucky's labor secretary says more than 1,000 teachers violated state law by participating in rallies at the state Capitol.
The Kentucky Department of Education has launched a new campaign and website to recruit and encourage potential teachers.
After the weekend of shootings, parents, teachers, and students are thinking of their safety.
Kentucky Power awarded grants to a dozen eastern Kentucky schools as part of the FIRST robotics program and the Teacher Vision Grant program.
Last month, the state education commissioner requested the names of teachers who used sick days to rally at the Capitol.
Kentucky's largest school district has received a subpoena from Gov. Matt Bevin's administration seeking the names of teachers who might have used sick days to rally at the state Capitol.