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Contributing writerBoyle County High School now has the unique distinction of being the only school in the state to have a student accepted into the Gatton Academy every year since its inception. Since 2006, the Gatton Academy has admitted seven Boyle County High School...
The Winchester SunClark County Public Schools students showed a slight improvement overall on the winter Measure of Academic Progress (MAP) tests taken before Christmas break. The MAP tests, which are given three times a year to students in kindergarten through eighth...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSTANFORD — Tests could not have been farther from most students’ minds this winter break. But Lincoln County school officials spent the holidays preparing for a state evaluation that will in part decide the future of Lincoln County High...
For most students, the thought of having to get to school 45 minutes early in the morning would be a nightmare. But for one group of Fannie Bush Elementary School students, it’s actually something they look forward to. Four days a week, the...
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This year’s back-to-school season marks the beginning of a new era for Kentucky’s public education system that offers great promise for moving our state forward. Kentucky’s teachers and students will have their first experience this fall...
email@example.comSTANFORD — Lincoln County High School will face major changes — potentially including the replacement of its principal and 50 percent of faculty and staff — after being named one of the lowest performing schools in the state. The...
Chances are, said Ragan Clark, someone suffering from a gunshot wound to the brain would not survive, but about a week ago, Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, D-Ariz., walked onto the House floor to cast her vote on the debt ceiling. Clark, named the 2012 —...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce 2011 Public Policy Series covered divisive issues from taxes to party politics this year. But it concluded Tuesday with a topic on which even the diverse panelists found some common ground — education....
“If a baseball player strikes out, grounds out or pops out seven times out of ten, he’s still the guy you want at the plate at the bottom of the ninth with a tie score and the bases loaded, but with No Child Left Behind (NCLB), if you’re...
BOWLING GREEN — Hundreds of groups nationwide will celebrate the benefits of educational freedom this week (Jan. 23-29) as part of National School Choice Week. Unfortunately, there’s not much to celebrate in Kentucky, one of only a handful of...
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