During the May 8 Fayette County Board of Education work session, Assistant Superintendent of Student Achievement Kim Herron and instructional support teacher Sheila Autrey spoke about how teachers within Fayette County Public Schools will utilize the “Fayette Connects” digital research center to align resources in the four core content areas.

“It’s really encompassing instructional resources, specifically in the four core areas where we’ve started, with English-language arts, math, social studies, and science. We have named it Fayette Connects,” Herron said.

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