“It’s been known for a long time that there is college-level training going on in the military …”
Idaho policymakers have done a lot over the last five years to raise teacher pay.
This is an innovative approach to provide access to affordable college opportunities beginning in the seventh grade.
The program is built around multiple assessments that take into account different learning styles and work values that also helps students decide what they want to do.
Public education in Idaho works because it is a system-wide approach that is holistic, efficient and effective.
If Idaho is to meet workforce needs, we have to find ways to encourage more male students to emulate what most of their female classmates are doing.
A recent national report ranking teacher salaries does not factor in Idaho’s career ladder — and the state’s 9 percent average pay increases since 2015.
The Guided Pathways Committee will continue to develop and refine strategies for improving our system this summer.
Here is a progress update in four areas provided by Dr. Linda Clark, president of the State Board of Education.
I am proud of the way the State Board worked through the various proposals put forth by our colleges and universities.