Hancock County Teachers Recognized for Teaching Methods

The Kentucky Department of Education is recognizing Hancock County teachers for their methods of teaching.

Posted: Sep 29, 2021 6:23 AM

The Kentucky Department of Education is recognizing Hancock County teachers for their methods of teaching.

The Department gave recognition to seven schools and two school districts for best practice during the 2021 continuous improvement summit.

Hancock County teachers received the award due to their named playlists which allows students to learn at their own pace and keep lessons organized.

Each winner was presented a $500 check to go towards the schools.

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