Kyle Pfannenstiel

Education news from around Idaho

State-run college savings fees just got cheaper. Here’s why, along with other K-12 briefs from around the state.

Trustees adopt all eight legislative priorities on Friday’s agenda

Trustees also elected new officers. Find out who won.

Trustees prepare to elect association leaders

The Friday elections will determine who lead the Idaho School Boards Association.

West Ada to phase out mask mandate

The policy, in place for two months, will expire after Thanksgiving.

Education news from around Idaho

Schools across Idaho won grants for new kitchen equipment, after-school grant applications open soon and a State Board employee garners national recognition.

Local school officials flock to Boise for state convention

More than 500 school board trustees and superintendents met up during the first day of the Idaho School Boards Association’s annual convention at the Boise Centre.

Boise, Caldwell and Teton districts providing on-site COVID vaccines for youngsters

EdNews reached out to nearly a dozen districts across the state to discuss their plans, and most aren’t providing shots.

East Idaho’s new school board members plan to get back to the basics

They have touted traditional education goals over hot-button political issues in interviews with Idaho EdNews.