Kyle Pfannenstiel

Experts promote interaction with Idaho’s ‘Dark Sky Reserve’

College educators are using a $1 million grant to boost awareness and K-12 learning of outer space via a rare stretch of land with little light pollution.

West Ada fifth-grader wins state holiday card contest

The Boise School District also announced the winner of its annual contest, and applications are open for youth mental health trainings.

Report: Idaho’s full-day kindergarteners outpace half-day students in reading

New research on Idaho’s mix of kindergarten offerings found one researcher calling for change in Idaho Thursday.

Over two dozen Idaho educators disciplined last school year

About half of the cases focused on inappropriate or sexual conduct with students, a new state report shows.

From farmer to sailor to educator: A ‘servant leader’ will soon retire

Harold Nevill will step down as superintendent of an Idaho alternative school. He’ll leave behind clear instructions for his successor.

Boise keeps mask mandate — for now

After more than an hour of testimony and debate Monday night, trustees decided to maintain status quo.

Education news across Idaho

It’s Computer Science Education Week in Idaho, and statewide art contest opens for kids in grade 7-12

Lewis-Clark State career program helps students cover college costs

The program provides on-the-job training and income to help cover tuition and other expenses.

State ethics commission approves alternative teaching authorizations, revokes two educator licenses

The commission extended the timeframe for teacher applicants to receive their certifications, and suspended the licenses of two licensed teachers with alleged ethics violations.

Lincoln County after-school center thrives from community support

Rural Idaho youth building uses grants, donations and band of volunteers to provide childcare and education.