There’s plenty of support for state-funded, all-day kindergarten. And plenty of money. And plenty of impetus to do something now. But that doesn’t mean something passes easily, or quickly.
Through the efforts of hundreds of Idaho families with the support of Decoding Dyslexia Idaho we are moving forward in the right direction without any support from our Idaho State Department of Education.
And Scott Yenor said colleges and universities are also eroding the American family. “Almost everything in these indoctrination camps complicates the male-female dance. It delays growing up.”
One of the biggest challenges and opportunities school districts will face in the coming years is meeting parent expectations.
Rural Idaho youth building uses grants, donations and band of volunteers to provide childcare and education.
Holidays and snow days can eat into learning time for kids. Here’s what Idaho requires — and doesn’t require — in terms of seat time.
State-run college savings fees just got cheaper. Here’s why, along with other K-12 briefs from around the state.
Defenders of the Fairness in Women’s Sports Act are petitioning a federal district court to reconsider blocking enforcement of the law.
Community schools provide families and kids with supports and resources. The model is gaining traction across southern Idaho.
Other items: A new concurrent enrollment program at Boise State; rural health scholarships at Idaho State; and U of I-led research studying the Tasmanian devil.