Given the importance of a high-quality teacher in the classroom and how it relates to achievement, it’s time we begin to find strategies and realistic solutions to an issue that is also getting national attention.
Research confirms improving kids’ access to nutritious foods helps them learn, so here are four tips to help yours perform well in school.
Idaho has a problem. Simply spending money in education, if it works, will not show an economic return for at least 10 years, maybe longer and we can’t wait that long.
Now is the time to focus on the trends shaping education in Idaho, and a great place to start building a funding system that will make it more likely our children get the education they deserve.
I am committed to the course we have charted and confident in the investments we are making in Idaho’s future.
When an out-of-state entity is in charge of an Idaho school and is also the recipient of a lucrative business relationship with the school, isn’t that cronyism? You know, favoring close friends, or, yourself?
The Idaho AfterSchool Network has a new interactive directory of 220 out-of-school programs searchable by location, age, cost and interest.
By 2017, the committee should provide a foundation grounded in removing ADA, emphasizing technology and providing fluidity within the formula that promotes innovation.
An aspiring surgeon from Filer High says students need 60 minutes of physical activity at school and the opportunity to fuel up with nutrient-rich foods.
Idaho Education News reported the Gem State received $21.6 million in federal dollars to open public charter schools. Of that amount, $2.3 million went to charter schools that failed — only 10 percent. The other 90 percent helped launch some of Idaho’s top performing charters.