Gov. Little addresses Latino student questions about improving education

Idaho Latino students asked Gov. Brad Little about education topics such as funding, curriculum and school administration diversity in a forum cohosted by EdNews and The Idaho Statesman.

Latinos are more wary of sending kids to school, but they may have more to lose if they don’t

With disparities in access to distance learning, experts worry Latino students could fall behind.

Children take to the fields following school closures

Teens are working agricultural jobs by day and catching up on homework in the evenings

Latino students underrepresented in advanced courses

They make up 19 percent of elementary school students — but only 6 percent of students enrolled in gifted-and-talented programs.

Little accountability for schools asked to improve Latino achievement gaps

Five schools didn’t set specific goals for Hispanic student achievement in their federally mandated improvement plans.

Maps illustrate learning disparities between white and Latino students

Find out what’s happening in your school or district.

Blaine County is redesigning its system to boost Latino student achievement  

Under superintendent GwenCarol Holmes the district is rethinking teaching practices and retooling culture in the hopes they can improve Latino student success.

Latino Listening Project wins Education Writers fellowship

The fellowship will support a year-long partnership between the Idaho Statesman and Idaho Education News.

Latino students matter to Idaho’s future, experts say. So why do they lag behind peers?

As Latino students make up an increasingly important part of Idaho’s labor force, experts say Idaho must step up to improve Latino educational outcomes.