It’s time.

Time for Kentucky to rise up and present its children with world-class educational opportunities.

Time for schools to look injustice in the eye and fight it head-on.

Time for students, parents, teachers, and policymakers to work together to build great public schools for every kid in the Bluegrass. It will be an uphill battle, but we can do it if we work together.

This is our fight, and it begins with better conversation. Check out more below.

 

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We Have To Set High Expectations For Our Kids, But Getting It Right Is A Pretty Tough Balancing Act.

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4 Ways We’re Getting The Teacher Shortage Crisis All Wrong

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Coal Helped Shape Our Rural Community’s Schools. Now, Everything Stands to Change.

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There’s An Obvious Way To Improve Teaching Quality, But Getting There Won’t Be Easy

As conversations on school quality rage on, the authors of a new study from Education…

Afi Tagnedji’s Making Sure Students’ Voices Are Heard in the Equity Conversation

Everyone is talking about how schools should care about equity for their students, but that…

Kamala Harris proposes nationwide teacher pay raises

Kamala Harris Wants to Raise Teacher Pay, But Some Argue Not So Fast

The 2020 primaries may be ten months away, but that hasn’t stopped over a dozen…

Students Need Diverse Educators

Growing up in a hollow (pronounced “holler”) in southeastern Kentucky, I never considered if I…

In the Wake of Christchurch, Sanaa Kahloon Refuses to Let Hatred Win

After the recent mass shooting at a mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand, new attention has…

Don’t Like Who’s on the School Board Ballot? Run.

With headlines dominated by news of 2020 presidential candidates, it’s easy to forget that there…