The financial needs of schools have changed considerably since 1994. So too has the funding picture.
Idaho is one of only five states without a pre-K program —
Some students are being told not to bother to apply for the state-funded scholarships, State Board executive director Matt Freeman said Friday.
Were virtual schools unfairly blamed for Idaho’s declining graduation rate? The issue is complicated. So is the math.
Rep. Mike Moyle’s $27.8 million plan would reduce corporate and income tax rates, and increase the grocery tax credit for some Idahoans.
High school graduation rates for virtual charter schools came in at 20 percent. Alternative high schools had a 36 percent rate.