How About Life Ready Students?

David N. Cook, Director of Innovation and Partner Engagement at the Kentucky Department of Education says students need to be "Life Ready."

How to Invest Education Dollars

Liza Holland,Secretary of the Kentucky PTA, discusses the input received from citizens about how to best invest our education dollars.

Seat Time or Results?

Dr. Terry I. Brooks who is the Executive Director of Kentucky Youth Advocates talks about the need to revisit seat time versus results.

It's About Time Spent With Students

Lauren Hill, who teaches English at Western Hills High School in Frankfort, Kentucky discusses how to best utilize time for teachers.

Get on Board for Academic Excellence

Julia Link Roberts, Mahurin Professor of Gifted Studies at Western Kentucky University says it is time to get the conversation going about achieving excellence, in all academic areas, in all schools across the United States.

We Must Change Accountability First

David N. Cook, Director of Innovation and Partner Engagement at the Kentucky Department of Education discusses the need to change the types of accountability systems used in education.

Early-Childhood Education Begins With Parents

Pam Darnall, CEO of Family & Children's Place says providing support for positive parent-child interaction and connecting families to a broader network of support resources are all essential to a child's success.

Funding is Critical to Improved Learning

Lindsey Childers, a 2013-14 Hope Street Group Fellow from Christian County, Kentucky talks about funding as it relates to improved student learning.

Educating All Kids: Funding Matters

Lea Ann Atherton, a 2013-14 Hope Street Group Fellow who teaches writing at Lone Oak Middle School in Paducah's McCracken County says funding matters.

Funding for Technology is Essential

Tabetha Cooksey, a 2013-14 Hope Street Group Fellow and a Middle School Science teacher at Cumberland County Middle School discusses the need to adequately fund technology in our schools.

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