Best Practices Spotlight

Published: 9/27/2016 3:16 PM

​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.

Wow! Great Job!!
The Kentucky Department of Education recognized six schools, one district and one educational cooperative for identifying and sharing best practices.  Each were 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.

"Positive Transitions in the Alternative Setting"
   submitted by Bullitt Alternative Center

“Walkthrough Data Used for Continuous Improvement”
   submitted by Franklin Simpson High School
“Collaboratively Improving Learning Targets & Common Formative Assessments to Improve Academic Response to Intervention (RTI)”
   submitted by The Frederick Law Olmstead Academy North
“Stop, Drop and Walk”
   submitted by Hopkins County Central High School

“NKCES Regional PLCs”
   submitted by Northern KY Cooperative for Educational Services
“Beyond the Boardroom: A Look Inside Board Working Sessions in Perry County”
   submitted by Perry County Schools
“Seneca's PLC Process: Aligning Standards, Targets & Assessments”
   submitted by Seneca High School
“Literacy Across the Content Areas”
   submitted by Southern High School