Teachers

  • “It has been particularly helpful…in their critical thinking…they are better listeners to other people, and it’s helped them feel like there doesn’t have to be one right answer…I want that for my kids, I want the journey of discovery…I want them to realize they have control of their learning.”
    Martha Lail, Principal, Bridgeport Elementary,
  •   "There are so few opportunities to allow students to explore history in a manner that has meaning to them.  These programs not only help to develop strong academic skills, it makes learning personal and enjoyable. Students are able to deeply delve into history, to explore topics they might never have even considered, and often that fall outside of the typical curriculum.  These programs expose students to a higher standard of academic excellence.  They develop the confidence that they can succeed beyond high school."  

     
    -Merrill Punke, teacher at Henderson South Middle School,
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Kentucky History Day and KJHS

Explore Kentucky’s history: participate in KJHS and Kentucky History Day.
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Plan a Field Trip

Programs are offered all year to groups of ten or more and can be customized.
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KHS HistoryMobile

Step into the HistoryMobile and meet Kentuckians from the famous to the everyday citizen!
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Kentucky History Education Conference

Each year the KHEC explores a different American history theme that has Kentucky connections.
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Educator Workshops

We offer flexible and affordable workshops that can be tailored to meet your needs.
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NEH Landmarks

In order to understand Kentucky and the Border States it is necessary to appreciate their uniqueness
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