One size does not fit all. It is up to us to advocate for a quality educational system and promote a culture of innovation and creativity.
Lara Stone, a parent in the Blaine County School District, responds to the resignation letter written by former Blaine County trustee Elizabeth Corker.
I am no longer willing to continue to be a member of a board that does not reflect our community’s values in significant policy and budgetary decisions.
Idaho Gov. Butch Otter has asked the State Board of Education to lead a new task force to develop a five-year plan for higher education.
The group’s executive director outlines a wishlist of conservative policies that would affect education practices and funding.
Looking at this whole situation, lots of groups have made some fairly serious errors, and principals are not one of those groups.
Under the leadership of Superintendent Christy Castro, Troy’s teachers have implemented the Beyond Textbooks framework to support the work of their Professional Learning Communities. Students are benefitting. This is a story others should study.
Why aren’t people mad? A low goal was set and we are failing to meet even that benchmark. In fact we are moving backwards from the goal.
We need to do more to get our students to go on and graduate with a credential if we are to have the educated workforce our employers need. Although the state has adopted many good policies and investments, we need even bolder steps or our economy will suffer.
Research confirms improving kids’ access to nutritious foods helps them learn, so here are four tips to help yours perform well in school.