Kentucky district is recognized for teachers' blogging efforts

12/6/2009 | Lexington Herald-Leader (Ky.)

Every teacher in one Kentucky district is blogging -- a practice that recently was honored by the Kentucky School Boards Association. Teachers use the Web sites to provide student assignments and resources, distribute information to parents and for other purposes. "Blogs provide two-way communication," the district's technical coordinator said. "Parents can communicate with teachers. Students can answer questions. Teachers can do surveys through the blogs. They've really changed everything that we do."

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