After years of contentious policy battles, Kentucky has school choice. What’s next? (Courier Journal)

Three decades after Kentucky’s signature education reform law, the education system is on shaky ground. (Courier Journal)


Educators worry politics, fear of critical race theory may curb push to teach about race. (Courier Journal)

‘Normal was not working’: Reopening is the latest hurdle in JCPS’ push for racial equity. (Courier Journal)

JCPS hasn’t heard from thousands of students since schools closed. A quarter speak little English. (Courier Journal)

JCPS dress codes punish girls harder than boys, causing them to miss class time. (USA TODAY)

High-poverty schools don’t fare well on state tests. These JCPS schools challenged the odds. (Courier Journal)


Thousands of JCPS teachers needed substitutes this school year. Many didn’t get them. (Courier Journal)

Why security threats quadrupled in Louisville’s public schools in 2021 (Courier Journal)

A look inside one Jefferson County middle school as it adjusts to COVID-19 education (Courier Journal)

JCPS school security debate often focuses on police in schools, but are there other ways? (Courier Journal)

Why are 6 JCPS principals unfit to turn around their schools? State audits offer few clues. (Courier Journal)

‘The Disney World of education’: How this Kentucky school uses a slide to promote learning. (Courier Journal)