We focus on Tromp’s first few weeks on the job, her address to the university this week and our interview with her.
After a summer of review, the education task force is starting to put together its proposals
We’ll highlight what the latest data show, and what people are saying.
We highlight Green’s resume and connections to Moscow, and look at the challenges ahead facing his presidency.
Plus, State Board of Education President Debbie Critchfield joins the podcast to give an update on the K-12 education task force.
Since our last episode, Boise State President Marlene Tromp and all of the Legislature’s Democrats have weighed in.
Rep. Barbara Ehardt claimed diversity and inclusivity programs at Boise State do not reflect Idaho values.
Idaho EdNews editor Jennifer Swindell joins the podcast to discuss Idaho EdTrends, our new book filled with the most recently available data on public schools.
J.J. Saldaña from the Idaho Commission on Hispanic Affairs joins the podcast this week to talk about youth leadership summits and the new podcast he co-hosts, The Latino Card.
On this week’s “Extra Credit” podcast, Kevin Richert sits down with Melissa Davlin, the host of Idaho Public Television’s “Idaho Reports.” She has spent the past year on a journalism fellowship studying health care topics.
Idaho Education News’ Devin Bodkin and Sami Edge discuss their series on high-performing, high-poverty schools in Idaho, Nevada, Washington and Montana.
In this week’s podcast, Kevin Richert sits down with Greg Wilson, Little’s education policy adviser.
A closer look at Idaho’s progress toward meeting education goals outlined in the state plan to comply with federal education law.
Idaho’s brand new education task force will have a lot on its plate this summer and a relatively short amount of time to accomplish its work.
Plus, find out what the latest report on bullying found in Idaho.
Idaho teacher salaries have moved up, but a new bill is creating confusion over how much the state requires schools to pay.
On this week’s episode, we discuss the historic hire and talk about incoming President Marlene Tromp’s experience and credentials.
This week, we take a closer look at Gov. Brad Little’s plan to raise Idaho’s minimum teacher salary.
Lawmakers may be leaving town, but they created major uncertainty over agency rules.
We’ll explain where things stand with education issues, and why the session lingers on.