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.
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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!”
Meet the students who are headed to Annapolis, Md., this month.
Kids learn how to assemble and program a Lego sumo-bot — a robot that looks like a car.
Students are learning what engineers and scientists do every day.
Take a look at written notes left by students and staff on the school walls.
Sacrifice and commitment lands Idaho teenager a career with one of the largest ballet companies in the country.
Sophie Van Pelt was accepted to one of the most prestigious schools in the country and she earned a scholarship that will pay for it all.
Wood River High valedictorian Mason Johnson wants to protect and restore the Earth as a environmental engineer.
Riverstone International’s Christine Corbin took a month adventure to enhance the learning experience for her students.
Veronica Richmond scored high on a college entrance exam and has already started visiting campuses.
Two Emmett seniors studied together and supported each other to make their dreams come true.
North Idaho STEM Charter’s inaugural class of seven has earned 381 college credits and $312,000 in scholarships.