Meridian Medical Arts Charter High School students spent their Friday morning saving lives — fortunately, it was only a drill. But it was a learning lesson in dealing with real-life disasters. A team of 38 high school juniors took part in a mock earthquake disaster drill to put their medical training to the test. Students practiced…
Governor declines to say whether he will call special session to address child support bill that was killed during the just-completed 90-day legislative session.
If approved by the feds, new waiver would discontinue Schoolnet and Idaho’s 5-Star ratings system of schools. It is due to the U.S. Department of Education by April 30.
Test scores tail off in middle school and high school — which suggests that economic and social forces may be the underlying cause.
The first-year superintendent took heat for early-session budget stumbles — then earned praise for helping schools through the broadband crisis.
The Senate passed a bill creating a committee charged with issuing recommendations for school broadband, but the spotlight shined brightest on a joint committee looking at transportation issues.