The power is in the hands of lawmakers, not the university presidents.
Students haven’t been able to utilize campus facilities so, if anything, college operations in the era of coronavirus should cost less not more.
It’s time to get creative when it comes to the future of schooling.
Lawmakers cautioned the schools to stop pushing political agendas and focus on improving mediocre graduation rates. But some campus employees seemingly have not gotten the message.
Finally, some good news for Idaho public school kids and their parents.
Let’s hope senators and the governor clamp down on bond reruns and protect taxpayers from aggressive taxing districts that don’t respect the will of voters.
For the first time in many years, a governor’s budget forces Idaho’s four-year schools to evaluate their priorities.
People need to feel free to openly question whether the government-run education monopoly is the best we can do.
The optics behind the State Board of Education’s super-quiet decision late last month to reapprove Common Core education standards should not sit well with Idahoans.
Let’s set the record straight: The IEA is a labor union, and as a labor union it is concerned about its power and the maintenance of it.