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.
The Kentucky Department of Education recognized four schools and two school districts 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.
submitted by East Carter High School, Carter County
“Collaborative Leaders: Districtwide School Administrator Professional Learning Communities”
submitted by Pike County School District
“Coaching to Win”
submitted by Seneca High School/Western High School, Jefferson County
“Professional Learning Community Process for Support Staff”
submitted by L.B.J. Elementary, Breathitt County
“Response to Intervention Professional Learning Communities Propel Student Achievement”
submitted by Jones Park Elementary, Casey County
“Transforming Professional Learning through Lesson Study”
submitted by Carter County School District
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