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The Career Ready Students Program Council meets on Weds. Sept. 6.

Career Ready Council approves second round of CTE grants

The council handed out $16 million to 11 proposals, funding new programs, capital projects and upgrades.

Apprentice Avery Horsley guides Thirkill Elementary School students in Soda Springs.

Soda Springs builds its own classroom aide pipeline

High school students are meeting the demand while earning credits, cash and experience.

The City Club forum on Wednesday, Aug. 30.

Experts discuss artificial intelligence in the classroom during City Club forum

Panelists from education, marketing, software development and machine learning addressed emerging technology’s impact.

Statewide election results: Bonnneville bond, six levies pass

INSIDE: Results from Tuesday’s school elections.

Idaho professors join lawsuit to seek academic freedom against Idaho antiabortion law

The BSU teacher’s union asserts that Idaho’s “No Public Funds for Abortion Act” unreasonably bars academic discourse.

From left to right, Ken Hyde and Katie Rhodenbaugh host blogger Natalie Plummer on West Ada's new podcast.

Technology connects schools with students, parents and patrons

New and expanded apps and multimedia platforms are rolling out from school leaders this year.

Caldwell School District's board meeting on Monday, Aug. 14, 2023.

In the Internet age, most Idaho school boards do not video their meetings

Those who do, say it promotes transparency. Those who don’t, say it discourages participation and allows for outside interference.

Dallas Harris Elementary School rendering.

11 new schools to debut this year

These educational institutions will encompass a gamut of diverse approaches to delivering curriculum and serving students.

Screenshot of the Bonneville school board meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 9.

Bonneville approves continuing a mastery-based learning approach

Superintendent Scott Woolstenhulme described the next steps to an individualized approach to educating students.

Vallivue board approves plans for its $78 million bond

The money will allow the district to add two new elementary schools and improve existing buildings and security measures.