Watch video of legislators taking part in the High Five Children’s Health Collaborative, a project that tracks their physical activity and raises money for schools through the Mt. Everest challenge.
EDITOR’S NOTE: The following is part of an ongoing series profiling influential or interesting members of Eastern Idaho’s educational community. If you’d like to suggest an educator or administrator to be profiled please email EdNews editor Jennifer Swindell at email@example.com. TWIN FALLS — One of the more difficult responsibilities for new teachers is figuring out…
Find out which new lawmaker compares discussing education policy with enjoying himself on the beach.
William Bennett shared his ideas for shaping education policy to Idaho’s top politicians and business leaders.
Idaho’s newest public charter school is using a curriculum traditionally taught in private schools, yet must adapt it to meet Common Core academic standards. It is one of the fastest growing educational models in the world, but Syringa Mountain is Idaho’s first public Waldorf school.
Rigby High teacher Esther Henry sought an opening on the Professional Standards Commission because she felt an obligation to make positive changes to her profession.