Gov. Brad Little has proposed a historic budget for Idaho’s four-year schools. But his proposal is just that: a proposal that will go before a skeptical Legislature.
Sen. Julie VanOrden, R-Pingree, is a former chairwoman of the House Education Committee who served three terms in the Idaho House of Representatives, until she was defeated in the 2018 Republican primary election.
The 2021 rate of 80.1% fell well short of the state’s goal of 92.4%.
A declining number of students entering kindergarten “ready to learn” provoked the decision.
More than two-thirds of respondents said they support state-funded all-day kindergarten — and support was strong across the political spectrum.
Idaho public schools have provided a free education to kids from every economic level, faith, race, creed, political outlook, whatever, since 1890.
The debate that defined the 2021 higher education budget battle took center stage again Tuesday.
Mr. Branden Durst is a poor fit for the office. He apparently does not understand that all educators must always strive to be models of self-control.
The health care rationing protocol is meant to help health care providers make decisions on how to use scarce resources.
The Economic Value of Idaho Colleges and Universities report is posted on the State Board of Education website, and I encourage you to look at it and judge for yourself.