If the state is not prepared to write the check for necessary resources to support this shift in teaching and learning, perhaps it’s better we wait until we are.
One big reason for the savings: School districts have tapped into federal funds that were cut off during the Idaho Education Network contract dispute.
Outgoing Idaho Department of Commerce Director Jeff Sayer instead urges lawmakers on tax group to invest in workforce pipeline, infrastructure and education.
The Supreme Court has never found a state compact void for not getting congressional approval under the Compact Clause. It’s a little difficult to imagine the courts would change their tune in this case.
Wayne Hoffman writes “It has to be made clear that transparency is an important obligation, especially given that K-12 education comprises more than half of the state budget.”
Idaho students pitch their ideas for improving the education system in Idaho.