To help reduce stress it’s important to think ahead and plan for the upcoming day or week.
I think every parent, student and teacher would rally behind thoughtful reform, geared specifically and solely to help the kids. In the meantime, we’re lucky enough to have a dynamic and thriving educational system intact here in Idaho.
We need to work together as a state on communicating effectively about the cost and value of higher education. At the University of Idaho, we’ve taken steps to make our application and admissions processes easier.
Yes, the world is a difficult and complex place that can be dangerous. But we need to stand for opportunity and understanding; optimism and realism can exist side by side.
Idaho has a proud history of individualism and a pioneering spirit. Mastery education draws from that legacy and connects it to our future.
The master teacher premium plan, hatched to increase salaries for Idaho’s best teachers, has not been developed and a lot of questions remain unanswered.
I’ve seen their simple presence in the classroom create a climate of empathy and tolerance.
Boise School District Superintendent Don Coberly examins the questions provided by the committee and used by the auditors and how they relate to Idaho Code and practice.
I want to share some principles that, if adhered to, will lead to such a system.
So more Idaho high school students can access higher education, this fall the University of Idaho eliminated the $60 application fee for Idaho residents.