More than 80 teachers exit JCPS this school year Tuesday, Jun 28 2022 

Superintendent Dr. Marty Pollio said the issue is not unique to Louisville.

        

Oldham County Schools change times for middle, high school students Tuesday, Jun 28 2022 

They say its an effort to reduce the number of late buses arriving at schools due to the shortage of bus drivers.

        

JCPS educator arrested for allegedly sexually abusing student Friday, Jun 24 2022 

The minor told police he was sexually abused by Christopher Morris on multiple occasions between the ages of 14 and 16.

        

‘We simply could not let down our youth’: Louisville program celebrates 12 successful years Thursday, Jun 23 2022 

SummerWorks has placed more than 8,000 young adults in quality jobs and more than 40,000 have been hired by Champion Employers.

        

Meet Jefferson County Public School’s 18-year-old singing sensation Friday, Jun 17 2022 

JCPS student and Cuban immigrant Alexander Suarez is turning heads with his big voice and dreams, having recently settled in the U.S.

        

Mother sues JCPS, driver after daughter sexually assaulted on school bus Thursday, Jun 16 2022 

The lawsuit alleges the bus driver failed to protect the young girl, causing “great and permanent emotional stress and strain and embarrassment and humiliation."

        

Kentucky Supreme Court rules in favor of JCPS property tax increase Thursday, Jun 16 2022 

The state's highest court ruled the tax stands without having to go to voters.

        

Just 53% of Indiana high school grads went to college in ’20, report finds Saturday, Jun 11 2022 

The report shows that the decline in the percentage of students going to some form of college after high school sped up in 2020, likely due to COVID-19.

        

Jefferson County Teachers Association ratifies teacher contract Wednesday, Jun 8 2022 

The Jefferson County Teachers Association voted to ratify the new contract with an overwhelming 87% in favor.

        

Kentucky education commissioner addresses teacher shortage Tuesday, Jun 7 2022 

Jason Glass says the state must act soon and invest more into teachers to help ease the shortage.

        

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