August 22, 2014
Trustee candidates have the right to be outraged that district leaders are giving special treatment to the Boise Education Association (BEA) and its endorsed candidates.
School board hopeful John Hruby has complained about endorsement flyers placed in schools and the makeup of the ballots voters will receive Sept. 2.
But most Idaho students, and most Idaho schools, fall far below the college-readiness guidelines touted by the nonprofit group that administers the Scholastic Aptitude Test.
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Board members will seek public input on the proposal before calling another vote in November.
Garden Valley’s new superintendent is in for big personal and professional changes but he’s looking forward to the new life experiences.
“An evening with the nation’s best school leaders” is sponsored by the J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Foundation. It features superintendents from Maryland, Florida and Massachusetts.
Board members Debbie Critchfield and Dave Hill participate in first meeting in Pocatello. The board is the policy-setting body that oversees Idaho’s K-12 public schools.
K-12 students are increasingly coming from homes that are less white, less rural and less wealthy.