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ASBSU vice president Jason Holman (left) and president Cheyon Sheen (right)

A Q&A with Boise State University’s student body president and vice president

Cheyon Sheen and Jason Holman share their vision and goals for the upcoming school year.

An IBE Lunch & Learn parent presentation.

Idaho Falls businesses step in to educate families on college and career paths

A pilot program hosted by Idaho Business teaches parents about the many options for their children.

Mary McPherson Elementary School (West Ada School District)

West Ada considers alternative solutions to manage overcrowding

Superintendent Derek Bub talked about redrawing elementary school boundaries and rolling in modular classrooms during a recent board meeting.

Boise State student and associated student body president Cheyon Sheen

Boise State student joins select company with prestigious award

Find out how newly minted Truman Scholar Cheyon Sheen melds innovation and public service.

Idaho’s teacher retention rate drops, but 9 of 10 still stay in the profession

The hundreds of openings are a statewide concern. INSIDE: Find out the rates over time in your district or charter.

At $734 million, another big school election day looms on May 16

Voters are weeks away from deciding on 18 school spending measures in 16 districts across Idaho.

Exterior signage for North Star Charter School.

A new path to college credits: North Star Charter to drop IB program

Only 10 of 30 senior students enrolled in North Star’s IB program this year.

West Ada’s proposed levy would benefit all 58 schools

The $500 million ask — the largest in state history — also would construct two elementary schools and a training center.

Ms. Jenna Smith’s 5th grade class at Washington Elementary School.

Bank teaches elementary kids how to save money

It’s never too early to begin teaching fiscal responsibility, according to Zions Bank.

Student ambassadors Bowen Moser (left) and Lydia Rice (right) speak with Micron communications specialist Lynda Martin (center).

BSU’s new center aims to uplift future engineers

Funded by a $585,000 multi-year Micron Foundation grant, Boise State’s College of Engineering hosted an open house this Tuesday.