Best Practices Spotlights

Published: 2/28/2014 10:00 AM

 

​This site recognizes and celebrates the Kentucky schools that embody strategies that result in students who are college and career ready. By sharing their methods, we hope to demonstrate that Best Practices in Education can be achieved in every school.

Best Practices Spotlight

Each month the Best Practices team will spotlight some of the most promising best practices. All best practices that have been submitted and reviewed may be found in the searchable database.

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The Kentucky Department of Education recognized 10 schools and districts for identifying and sharing 11 best practices.
Each school or district was publicly recognized and awarded a $500 check that can be used toward school improvement.

for more information on these practices, go to the searchable database and enter the name of the submitter.

“Utilizing a Rewards Program to Capitalize on Common District Expenditures”
   submitted by Bardstown City Schools

“Energy Management”
   submitted by Butler County Public Schools 
 
“Employability Performance Monitoring System”
   submitted by The Phoenix Academy (Clark 
    County) 
 
“Student Progress Monitoring: Effectively Driving Instruction”
   submitted by Fern Creek Traditional High 
    School (Jefferson County)

“Embedding PLCs Into the School Day”
   submitted by Jefferson County Public Schools
 
“Student Centered Learning: Living the Vision”
   submitted by Thomas Jefferson Middle School 
    (Jefferson County)
“Job Embedded Professional Learning for New Staff”
   submitted by Thomas Jefferson Middle School 
    (Jefferson County)
 
“Walk Through Calibration”
   submitted by Lawrence County High School
 
“Data Notebooks”
   submitted by Leslie County High School
 
“Maximizing Title I Funds”
   submitted by Madison County Schools
 
“Classroom as a Learning System”
   submitted by Pulaski County Schools