Kurt Liebich

Online Idaho will make college available to everyone

The collaboration is between state agencies and all eight public higher education institutions formed to build a digital campus of fully online learning opportunities and support.

Project Z-Degree will make college more affordable

The money will be used to help community college faculty who choose to participate in the effort transition their courses to zero-cost or very low-cost instructional materials.

Let’s do our part to keep fall sports on track

Chose to receive the vaccine and wear face masks while attending events. The science shows that both make a difference.

Back to school during uncertain times

I’d like to take a moment to thank our volunteer school board members, administrators, teachers and staff. I’d also like to thank parents for stepping in and serving essentially as teachers at home.

State Board delays action on a draft policy on diversity, equity and inclusion

Instead, board members will wait until their meeting in October.  The reason is simple; they want to provide more opportunity for public input.

An education initiative producing results

Successful educators are also good learners who continually hone their craft and learn new ways to connect with their students.

Idaho’s higher education system deserves commendation

More than 10,400 students graduated this spring from our eight public community colleges and four-year institutions.