Fourth Graders Explain Effective Teaching

      Amanda Klare’s fourth graders strike a pose after participating in the Prichard Committee Student Voice Team’s Students as Partners workshop. By Bryan Padilla As the world changes at an ever-faster pace, observing and consulting with students can provide key...

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Don’t Blame Autism for Parkland Tragedy

By Jack Bradley Like everyone else, I was devastated when I learned about yet another high school shooting. Probably unlike most everyone else, I also became really upset when I learned that the shooter was believed to be autistic and to have ADHD. Why? Jack Bradley...

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Kentucky’s School Counseling Crisis

By Susie Smith This week marks National School Counseling week, a time originally set aside for celebration but perhaps should be one meant for mourning. Kentucky’s school counselors play a critical role in providing the academic, professional, and social/emotional...

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When Parents Go To Prison

The impact of incarceration on Kentucky students By Rosalyn Huff Throughout the course of human history, “crime and punishment” has been a topic of debate, and in recent times, it has become the focal point of a global conversation. This may be due to the fact that...

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A Classroom of Ghosts

How community violence takes a silent toll on students in school. By Eliza Jane Schaeffer Shermane Cowans, Shana Berryman, and Te’Osha Raglin speak about how violence has shaped their learning experience in a Student Voice Team roundtable. In the early hours of the...

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