Carly Flandro

Shoshone-Bannock teens invite fourth graders to make the reservation their classroom

Organizers hope the event will build bridges and dispel stereotypes.

Flooding, water line breaks, asbestos scare disrupt learning at Sandpoint Middle

School leaders are looking to Legislature, local committee to determine solutions.

Salmon superintendent quits, teacher takes over as district prepares to run a bond

Trustees are seeking funding for a new Pre-K-8 school in a community that’s denied a dozen previous bond asks.

Idaho Falls assistant principal wins $25,000 Milken Educator Award

The former art teacher had no idea the assembly she helped plan was actually for her. INSIDE: Watch the video of the surprise.

Oppenheimer to step down from AEYC and Boise school board

The nonprofit executive is heading to Washington, D.C., for an education policy and research position — what she called “the opportunity of a lifetime.”

Average principal pay nears $100,000, while charter directors earn just over that

Here’s a look at what school leaders make on average statewide.

Caldwell tinkers with policy to pull absent teens’ driver’s licenses

The move comes as legislators consider tying more school funding to attendance.

Flagged hazards went unaddressed before Highland fire — a common occurence in Idaho schools

There’s a long list of reasons why, including tight budgets, understaffing, and aging buildings. 

Pocatello trustees will wait on clarity from legislators before deciding on bond

If a proposed facilities funding bill passes, they may not have to go to voters to rebuild the burned Highland High.

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

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