Over the last week, two lively and issues-driven debates shook up the governor’s and state superintendent’s races.
A closer look at the state superintendent’s race between incumbent Sherri Ybarra and challenger Cindy Wilson.
A look ahead to the biggest political debates leading up to the Nov. 6 election.
Plus, election year politics and debate plans.
This week we take a closer at some of the eduction issues shaping this year’s campaign, break down the latest endorsements and continue to follow the school safety debate.
Get caught up on this week’s top education stories.
Ybarra initially promoted big raises for public school teachers in her budget proposal. When the math didn’t work out, Ybarra publicly blamed a longtime employee.
Who were the winners and losers on a $207 million election day? Catch up here.
This week we look at the Boise school board elections, the state superintendent’s race and Idaho Falls’ proposed $100 million bond issue.
We’ll explain how the list was determined, what comes next and how to find out if your school made the list.
This week, we examine concerns from a school safety expert and several education groups about State Supt. Sherri Ybarra’s multimillion dollar KISS proposal.
Both candidates came out swinging during their first candidate forum Thursday in Boise.
State education leaders challenged State Supt. Sherri Ybarra to put together a big, bold school budget proposal.
A new funding formula might mean the end of the career ladder salary law.
How could the Medicaid expansion initiative affect voter turnout — and possibly the outcome — in the races for governor, state superintendent and Legislature?
This week we explain why transparency matters and why we filed an open meeting complaint against New Plymouth.
A closer look at the latest campaign finance reports and test scores.
This week’s edition of “Extra Credit” peels back the curtain on the Legislature’s school funding formula committee.
The State Board of Education now has to fill presidential vacancies at two prominent universities.
We’ll explain what will happen during the final days before retiring President Bob Kustra leaves campus.