Carly Flandro

State officials are revamping Idaho’s graduation requirements for the first time in over a decade

And they want your feedback. The proposed changes aim to ensure students are ready for life after high school.

UPDATE: Superintendent shuffle: 2024 turnover at education’s helm

Find out who is stepping away, and who’s stepping in.

West Bonner trustees close a school, select new superintendent

The closure was a contentious decision, punctuated by the concerns, opinions, and support from vocal parents, patrons, and staff.

Idaho AEYC announces new executive director

An Idaho Business for Education leader will take the helm next week.

Learn about scholarships in Idaho

Idaho students and graduates are eligible for thousands of dollars in scholarships as they pursue college and careers. Learn more about Idaho’s unique funding programs, who’s eligible, and how to apply below.

School leaders in two resort towns get creative to offer affordable housing for staff — with mixed results

McCall and Blaine County cobble together initiatives in communities where teachers, custodians and bus drivers can’t afford to buy a home. 

Public invited to comment on proposed changes to state special education manual

The manual is being updated after a federal review found it was out of compliance with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.

Bond and levy results: Salmon bond passes, breaking streak of 12 failures

Measures pass in Salmon, Mountain View, and West Ada; McCall’s bond and West Bonner’s levy fail.

Close and unlikely election wins add to $116 million for schools

Voters approved 35 of 45 school funding measures. Here’s a closer look at some of the most compelling outcomes.