Schools and districts are attempting to navigate reopening as multiple confirmed cases have led to temporary closures or, in some cases, a move to remote learning.
Across Idaho, schools, colleges and universities continue to navigate reopening and dealing with the pandemic.
On this week’s show we’ll explain the proposal, break down what we know about how the money can be used and talk about the budget news that let up to Little’s announcement.
On this week’s episode we’ll discuss reopening and highlight the areas where policy and politics collide.
The special session went off the rails before it was even gaveled to order Monday morning.
This week we break down the issues affecting reopening in K-12 and higher education.
Welcome to episode 221 of the Extra Credit podcast. For this week’s episode Sami Edge from Idaho Education News and Nicole Foy from the Idaho Statesman discuss the latest story from their Latino Listening Project. Sami and Nicole share concerns they heard from Latino and Hispanic families who are worried about returning to school during…
As the first day of school draws near, at least 100,000 Idaho students are gearing up for online or blended learning.
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic and a spike in cases is overtaking reopening plans in some of the state’s largest school districts.
Teachers are starting to react to the state’s reopening guidance.