An English-Spanish immersion program in the Boise School District is attempting to close the achievement gap between white students and their Latino peers.
Jon Moreno-Ramirez, a Riverstone International School teacher, landed a $15,000 grant to research fundamental physical properties of nanoscale ferroelectrics and multiferroics.
Noah Pauls, a senior at The Ambrose School, is headed to his dream school in Massachusetts and believes it’s because of his score on the college entrance exam.
Vallivue School District’s Caleb Monoran hopes to solve the greatest mysteries about the universe as a mathematician.
Jessica Mosley is a fourth grade Weiser teacher and an active Navy Reservist.
Otter still has not acted on a related transportation bill to allow state funding for “safe routes to school” projects.
A West Ada School District bus driver hand-makes plastic canvas name plates for all the students she transports.
Educators from Houston and North Carolina won two-year fellowships to train, plan and launch a public charter school in Boise.
Students from across five states and Canada are using their brains, skills and robots to compete in Idaho’s FIRST Robotics Competition.
Jack Johnson, a senior at Riverstone International School, lived in Tajikistan to understand the culture and language which led him to his career decision.