Last week’s school election results seem to square with what Idahoans had to say in a Boise State University survey in December.
Alyssa Lu, a junior at Boise High School, wants to make the environment a better place for her generation and those that come after.
Teachers at Boundary County Middle School are taking the love of college hoops and turning it into a learning opportunity.
Dr. David Pate, leader of the St. Luke’s Health System, says educators should stop blaming kids, embrace data and have a sense of urgency to transform.
Haily Shigeta, a junior at Fruitland High School, has logged 140 community service hours and received a scholarship for her volunteer work.
Joplin Elementary students are participating in a service learning project by building prosthesis with a 3D printer.
Galileo STEM Academy students and teachers are participating in the Microgravity University for Educators program hosted by NASA.
High school students are required to pass a civics test in order to graduate from high school. The Idaho House voted on Tuesday to support adding Idaho history and government questions to the test.
Mekala Abbott abused using and selling drugs at age 12. Today she is clean and sober and credits her school and counselor for helping her earn a diploma and go to college.