Idaho School for the Deaf and Blind students will witness history this month thanks to an all-expense-paid trip to the 58th presidential inauguration.
After a year of research and design, Rathdrum students are set to blast-off a cube-shaped nanosatellite into orbit.
But most avoid the social media platform, because of staffing reasons, and promote individual schools to use it.
Ellen Sanders is taking her 40 years of experience as a musician and bringing it to the classrooms of the Blaine County School District.
Malila Freeman, a senior at Wood River High School, is taking her dad’s passion for education back to his ivy league college.
Angelina Goodson was named a National Hispanic Scholar based on academic achievement and was accepted to the College of Idaho.
This week’s briefs highlights a new Nampa charter school, a $172 million bond campaign launched by Boise residents and a fifth-grader who won the State Department of Education’s Holiday Card Contest.
A St. Mary’s Catholic School student is in Washington D.C. this week to be part of a once in a lifetime opportunity.
Monday kicks off Computer Science Education Week, and Code.org’s Hour of Code will teach students from across Idaho new coding skills.
Nine thousand miles away in Nguluni, Kenya, four teen girls are attending Caring Hearts High School thanks to tuition raised by Idaho Fine Arts Academy students.