Educators, administrators, parents, business leaders and taxpayers are encouraged to volunteer prior to the July 3 deadline.
The $125 million teacher career ladder plan won’t bridge the salary gaps between Idaho’s haves and have nots. If anything, the problem could even get worse.
Jodie Mills says there is no timetable attached to her acting superintendent’s job, and she plans to help see Caldwell through its transitional period.
The governor touts Idaho’s education task force recommendations and a new STEM action center — but the state’s broadband mess goes unmentioned.
Tim Rosandick and Luci Asumendi are also in line for thousands of dollars in back pay, according to documents obtained by Idaho Education News.
Despite delayed results, the state says it will not seek penalties from its test vendors.