The University of Idaho became a flashpoint in the national abortion debate in late September. But even before that, the issue has put the U of I on the defensive. Here’s what we learned.
We have Idaho’s fledgling Attorney General Raul Labrador, going beyond his scripted duties under Idaho law and inserting himself into an education controversy that is none of his business.
But as Idaho leaders push to make the Empowering Parents grant program permanent, the initiative still has first-year problems to iron out.
The annual event is part of a BSU program called BroncoLife, which provides programming to 350 young adults.
In other news: A House committee introduces a bill to eliminate March and August school elections.
The campaign has two focal points: an hour-long documentary with testimonials from teens; and a contest for teens with over $10,000 in prizes.
Ettson Arreola allegedly video recorded the fights on an electronic device and shared them on social media.
In other news, a House committee introduced a bill that would ban the use of student identification cards as voter ID.
The Nampa School District has assisted countless families with accessing ERA funds, but these are not “countless” families.
Labrador last week questioned the policy’s legality.
A week of education budget presentations generates a lot of statistics. Here are some takeaway numbers.