Learn about Kentucky's snow days learning pilot, math initiatives and the latest PEAK Award winner

Online live now and in your mailboxes this week, the May edition of KSBA’s Kentucky School Advocate magazine is out with news and information about public education in Kentucky that you just won’t get anywhere else.

Here’s a look at this month’s lineup:

-Get the story on the latest winner of KSBA’s highest honor – the PEAK Award – earned by the Letcher County School system’s music and math innovation.
-See how Owsley County is leading the way to keep learning going even when weather forces schools to close for safety.
-New census data updates mean some school districts must review their school board boundaries for any necessary adjustments.
-Math audits are boosting student achievement in Clark County Schools in partnership with University of Kentucky.
-New law gives Kentucky superintendents a seat at the table in principal selections: update on 2011 legislation.
-Casey County industrial arts students learning construction skills and life in helping low-income families.

And of course you’ll find the popular regular features Take Note, People Are Talking, In Conversation With and Get Your Message Out.

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