A group of high school students hope their summer camp will bring awareness to science, technology, engineering and mathematics to elementary kids.
The goal of the camp is to attract more women to careers in STEM by offering early exposure to role models and experiences in those fields.
Seventh and eighth graders from 40 different schools across the state took part in the 17th annual Micron Chip Camp.
Teachers at Lincoln Elementary School were concerned about student reading scores and turned to data to make improvements.
Sophie Lamkin, a senior at Idaho Fine Arts Academy, released her first album last year and is moving to Music City.
Like the widely adopted STEM approach to learning, South Fremont High School’s STEAM program emphasizes science, technology, engineering and math — but also throws art into the equation.
Lone Star Middle School students are creating interactive stories and games while learning how to program code.
If it’s Friday in Lindsey Matthews’ class, it means students explore their self-determined passions and choose their learning.
Vision Charter School’s Paul Riebe started taking college courses in the eighth grade.