Idaho students pitch their ideas for improving the education system in Idaho.
A spokesman for state superintendent Sherri Ybarra downplays the June 30 letter from Gov. Butch Otter to State Board of Education members.
Only 14 of 164 districts and charters are in complete state compliance for posting on their websites expenditures, contracts and strategic plans. At least 18 have posted none of those on their websites.
A former superintendent called the move a “travesty” and said she’d start an effort to recall some board members, who voided the contract because they said they believed it was approved when open meeting laws were violated.
Consul General of Japan recognizes staff and students in the West Ada School District for contributing to a “mutual understanding and friendship between Japan and the United States of America.”
The lawsuit, filed Monday, seeks to toss out the Idaho Core Standards established in 2013, and block the online exams tied to the standards.
Sonia Galaviz does regular home visits because she is a better teacher if she knows where he students come from, the condition of their home and the family dynamics. Parents can expect weekly assignments that engage a family in their child’s education.