Concerns about leftist teachings dominated, no live public testimony was accepted and there was no representation from key players at state education agencies — the result of some figures either declining or being unable to participate.
Marvin Hansen’s failure to “answer” the complaint leaves the door open for the state’s education-oversight commission to revoke his teaching and administrative certificates.
The battle lines over Idaho higher education politics were drawn into the map in 2019. And the debate hasn’t changed much since then.
The actress and activist will fund participation in the course for nine Idaho students — if they get involved with a Greenpeace campaign urging the federal government to end fossil fuel subsidies.
The agenda appears to use a familiar mold: a set of presentations mixed with discussion by group members; a lack of representation from state education policymaking agencies; and no speakers with obvious or publicly-stated intentions of dissenting from the task force’s goals.
Coeur d’Alene has a new superintendent and two new assistant superintendents, all looking to bring a fresh set of eyes to the district.
Here’s the latest look at the state’s coronavirus trends, as the new school year approaches.
Lisa Boyd wants to see more career and technical education available, so younger students can get a head start.
In some cases, counties with higher vaccination rates are seeing relatively low coronavirus case rates. But not always.
The state was asked to clarify how it will meet federal requirements before it can access some $147 million in stimulus money.