In Light of Charter Deserts, Kentucky Offers Fertile Ground for a Reenvisioned School Choice Movement

I have to admit, I’m a bit of a nerd. I still have every assignment…

This Kentucky Student Is Launching A Sexual Assault Education Campaign, And You Can Help.

A couple weeks ago, my sister Amara Stroud wrote a piece exploring the role that…

We’re Still Here: Kentucky Teachers React to the 2018 Midterm Elections

It’s been a month since the 2018 midterm elections humbled Kentucky’s #RememberInNovember crowd, but with…

Poor Curriculum Is a Recipe for Disaster, Here’s How Schools Can Help Teachers Find and Use High-Quality Materials

Lately, I’ve seen a meme that keeps popping up on social media: “Telling a teacher…

Kentucky’s Proposed Graduation Requirements Strike The Right Balance

If you’ve ever wondered why conversations about improving schools often resort to people talking past…

You Can’t Have Your Pension Reform Cake And Eat It, Too

If you live in Kentucky and consume any form of news media at all, you’ll…

How a Kentucky District Got All Its Schools to Adopt the Same High-Quality Curriculum

Fayette County is a decentralized system. We have 54 schools with complete autonomy. When you…

Kentucky’s Midterm Elections: Winners and Losers

It’s been a week since the 2018 midterm elections, but the results are as fresh…

#MeToo Meets Kentucky Schools

In the wake of the #MeToo movement, we’re discovering that sexual assault is a much…

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