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11.29.22: This week’s podcasts

Kevin Richert interviewed U of I Provost Torrey Lawrence and Carly Flandro interviews the only teacher on Debbie Critchfield’s transition team, Julie Nawrocki from Idaho Falls.

11.18.22: This Week’s Podcasts

After some high-profile — but ultimately decisive — trustee races, what’s next at the College of Western Idaho? To get some answers, Kevin Richert sits down with CWI board chair Molly Lenty. Idaho Education News · Episode 78 Mental health needs have risen among Idaho’s youth. What can school staff do to support students? Nancy…

11.11.22: This week’s podcasts

What happened in Tuesday’s elections? What does it all mean for schools, for parents and for taxpayers? To break it all down, the Kevin Richert Podcast puts together an expert panel this week: Clark Corbin, a reporter with the Idaho Capital Sun and an Idaho EdNews alumnus; Rod Gramer, CEO of Idaho Business for Education;…

11.4.22: This week’s podcast

This week, we set the stage for next week. To preview Tuesday’s elections, Kevin Richert sits down with Boise State University political science professor Stephanie Witt and Idaho EdNews reporter Sadie Dittenber, who is heading up our coverage of the state superintendent’s race. Listen here: Idaho Education News · Episode 76

10.28.22: This week’s podcast

The National Assessment of Education Progress scores, released Monday, are a window into post-pandemic learning loss. Scores dropped across the board in Idaho. But Idaho also held its own — and even fared well — compared to national scores. To get some insight into what we learned this week, Kevin Richert sits down with Paul…

10.21.22: This week’s podcasts

It’s fall debate season in Idaho. On Monday, state superintendent’s candidates Debbie Critchfield and Terry Gilbert will square off (Idaho Public Television, 8 p.m. MDT and 7 p.m. PDT). But several candidates — including Gov. Brad Little — have refused to debate this fall. This week, Kevin Richert talks to Melissa Davlin of Idaho Public…