(FRANKFORT, Ky.) – Today, during the second annual Continuous Improvement Summit,
the Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) recognized nine schools and one district for best practices.
Education Commissioner Terry Holliday publicly recognized the winners and presented each with a $500 check that can be used toward school improvement. “We have some terrific work going on in our schools and districts,” Holliday said. “Their efforts to create innovative new frameworks for advancing student performance, improving learning conditions, or enhancing organizational effectiveness are commendable. We appreciate their initiative and commitment to continuous improvement, and hope others can learn from it.”
Franklin Simpson High School, Simpson Co. – Building a culture focused on College/Career Readiness, which promotes student performance through systems of continuous improvement (Curriculum, Professional Development, Intervention, Professional Learning Communities, Environment, and Communication)