Mostly virtual and new charters netted 5,118 kids during the disruptive pandemic.
It was our third-grader’s beloved teacher. Their relationship is the real deal, and a big deal during this pandemic.
The decline follows five years of increases under the state’s career ladder salary law.
“Over-parenting” and an isolating pandemic may have something to do with it.
Despite the state’s first enrollment decline in decades, several virtual schools tallied unprecedented growth.
The board will meet again in mid-February to revisit the path forward.
He created Idaho’s largest online school, which added 4,500 new students this year.
Paula Kellerer gave herself and staff members coronavirus-related stipends without first getting board approval. A string of emails between two board members illustrates confusion.
Nevermind the car door separating us all. There he was, in all his splendor, an arm’s reach away. The Big Man. Father Christmas.
The change takes effect at the end of the school year.