This article is part of our year-long series called Inspire Idaho, which spotlights schools doing something differently for a better outcome for students.
Meet the winner of our first-day-of-school photo contest and check out the photo gallery.
The district unveiled three completed projects this week.
Here are seven adorable pictures of superintendents when they were young.
Send us your first day of school photos and be eligible to win an Amazon card.
Adults and kids learn about food groups, nutrition and budgeting.
A Blackfoot charter school moves into a stomping ground from my youth.
More collaboration and projects are on tap at Adams Elementary.
kids learn how to grow fruits and veggies, cook and eat healthy.
Meet Kinley Schleicher and her six pigs.
Meet the EdNews summer photo contest winner and check out the photo gallery.
These children face interrupted cultural and language barriers and social isolation — all factors that inhibit a child’s ability to learn basic literacy skills before starting school.
Send us your summer photos and be eligible for our top prize. Winners will be judged by Facebook followers.
More than 70 students in grades 2-9 are participating in the annual Boise State University Summer Academy.
Paige Somoza is an award-winning classroom “change maker.”
In this week’s briefs a Plummer-Worley teacher is named national fellow and two West Ada teachers are honored with a Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.
A four-day professional development program gives educators hands-on experience.
The Dairy West Jackson Family Farm tour exposes kids to the dairy industry and careers in farming.
Idaho Public Television is hosting “Educate and Celebrate!”