Five years into her career as a middle school math teacher, Kegan Nall left Edythe J. Hayes to embark on
After 37 years in the classroom, you’d think Denise Finley would have downshifted by now into a slower gear. Downshift?
It’s not surprising that math teacher Karen Grace would educate the best of the best in her A.P. statistics class
Principal Chris Salyers of The Learning Center in Lexington calls Cindy Zeller a “superstar teacher, a pillar of the school.”
If you’re looking for evidence of teachers who care, you could do worse than observe Alison Calhoun on the last day of school at West Jessamine Middle.
For some people, life’s calling comes at an early age. Beth Graves of Bourbon Central Elementary was not yet 8 years old when she chose her path.
Nearly four decades on the job and ELL teacher Pat White of Morton Middle School has lost none of her enthusiasm for what she calls the world’s greatest job.
Third-grade teacher Katherine Cox is a natural performer, and that serves her well in her classroom.