March 2014 Clip Packet

“Personnel File,” Lexington Herald-Leader, March 3 “Invest in the Power of Education,” Public Engagement & Ed Reform Blog, Education Week, March 3 “CPE calls on legislators to restore public university funding and stop budget cuts,” Murray Ledger & Times, March 4 “Student generates arts support on Facebook,” Lexington Herald-Leader, March 4 “Passed, Piloted, Pitched, and […]

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February 2014 Clip Packet

“Business Groups Defend Common Standards,” Education Week, January 29 “Students are helping set educational policy in Ky.,” Lexington Herald-Leader, February 1 “Back to the Future,” Education Week blog, February 3 “Pre-k gaining support, money in both parties,” Cincinnati.com, February 4 “Exciting Events at the Capitol this Week,” McCreary County Record, February 5 “Business Leaders Support […]

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Oct. 2013 – Jan. 2014 Clip Packet

October 2013 “Stu interviews Kentucky State Board of Education Chair Roger Marcum,” Public Engagement & Ed Reform blog, Education Week, October 1 “Engaging Common Core: Writing to Build and Share Knowledge,” Public Engagement & Ed Reform blog, Education Week, October 7 “Are Kindergarten Classrooms Ready for all Kids?,” Public Engagement & Ed Reform blog, Education […]

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September 2013 Clip Packet

“Groups join forces to promote parental involvement,” Morehead News, September 3 “The Magnitude of the Job of Superintendents,” Education Week blog, September 4 “Engaging Common Core: Reading to Think Through Information and Ideas (CCSS 7-9),” Education Week blog, September 5 “Education Key to Realizing a 50-Year-Old Dream,” Education Week blog, September 10 “Group to seek […]

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August 2013 Clip Packet

“Readers’ letters on Common Core Standards,” The Courier-Journal, August 4 “Standards—Not Curriculum: Three Analogies,” Education Week Blog, August 5 “Core standards target of misinformation,” Lexington Herald-Leader, August 6 “Now Scoring for Global Competition: Education Catches Up With Basketball,” Education Week Blog, August 9 “What makes Kentucky unique, intriguing and fun,” Lexington Herald-Leader, August 12 “From […]

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July 2013 Clip Packet

“Developing an Evaluation System for Teachers-Lessons Learned,” Education Week blog, July 2 “An Epidemic of Cheating,” American School Board Journal, July/August 2013 “Raising Kentucky’s Dropout Age/Mary Gwen Wheeler: Increasing age is cause for celebration,” The Courier-Journal, July 23 “Core standards will unlock better future for kids, state,” Lexington Herald-Leader, July 30 ‘Leveraging Partnerships to Improve […]

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May and June 2013 Clip Packet

“Foundation creates way for private entities to aid schools,” Daily Independent, April 18” “Teacher Salaries, Dropout Rates, Length of School Term, Functional Illiteracy…,” Stu Silberman, Education Week blog, May 5 “Beshear signs bill to improve child, family health in Kentucky,” WAVE3.com, May 8 “New legislation strengthens HANDS program, which helps parents with at-home visits,” KyForward.com, […]

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April 2013 Clip Packet

“Preventing child abuse through home visitation,” Courier-Journal, April 2 “Kindergarten Matters,” Education Week blog, April 2 “Frank Hatfield is a pioneer of school financial reform,” Courier-Journal, April 3 “Bill Gates: A fairer way to evaluate teachers,” The Washington Post, April 3 “In Response to Bill Gates on Evaluating Teachers,” Education Week blog, April 8 “Kentucky […]

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March 2013 Clip Packet

“Fewer Dropouts, More Graduates,” Public Engagement & Ed Reform Blog, Feb 7 “Debate on dropout age continues in 2013 session,” Winchester Sun, February 11 “We Must Lend Helping HANDS,” Public Engagement & Ed Reform Blog, Feb 20 “Forward in the Fifth to host ed workshop,” Daily Independent, February 22 “Rowan Schools Week in Review,” Morehead […]

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February 2013 Clip Packet

“Estill County parent completes STEM leadership training,” Citizen Voice & Times, January 31 “Kentucky budget remains pinched,” The Courier-Journal, February 4 “Bracken mom completes parent leadership training,” Ledger Independent, February 4 “Many Lexington businesses give back to the community,” Kentucky.com, February 4 “Bill Would Keep Kentuckians in School Until Age 18,” Business Lexington, Februray 5 […]

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