My priority has been and will continue to be getting all Idaho kids to read proficiently by the end of third grade.
I want to thank my partners in the Legislature for making teachers a priority. By passing the teacher health insurance bill last week, they acknowledge the important role teachers play in our state.
One new program will align apprenticeship with degree programs at Idaho’s postsecondary and workforce training institutions, benefitting up to 2,000 new workers
Our main defense in ensuring the new school year is entirely in-person – free from outbreaks and quarantines – is the COVID-19 vaccine.
Let’s remember, that we will not maintain all our progress unless we continue to take steps to protect lives.
There has been a lot of focus on the past 11 months. That is fine, but Idahoans are better served when we focus on our future.
I want the people of Idaho to know I am firm in my assertion that the actions of the Idaho Legislature severely jeopardize our ability to roll out vaccine and bring the pandemic to an end in Idaho.
Choose to support others while seeking to understand those who do not view things the way you do.
At least half of Idaho’s veterans are at-risk of serious health complications or death if they contract COVID-19, Gov. Brad Little writes.
Idahoans can expect continued partnership between the state and the President moving forward to ensure a strong and smart pandemic response and the continuation of conservative principles of governing.