Administrators say public education needs more money and a funding formula change. Reformers argue that more money isn’t necessarily the right fix.
Heading into their fourth pandemic academic year, administrators have more tools to prevent the spread of disease, and they hope the new variant will be less severe. But the science isn’t that clearcut.
From insurance to funding to school choice, leaders expect to encounter several “hot topics” next year.
Jefferson County’s Chad Martin shared with other school leaders how his community has healed and school procedures have changed in the wake of the life-changing day.
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Speaking to school administrators Wednesday, the State Board of Education president blasted Idahoans who are pushing an anti-public education agenda — and critics who say Idaho legislators are failing to fund the state’s schools.
The $50 million of federally funded grants are designed to help parents address pandemic learning loss.
Around 60 middle and high schoolers visited Boise State University — most had never seen a college campus before and many had never been to Boise.
Engaged parents, perfectionistic students, and homework also contribute to these standout scores, principals say.