About 1,400 veteran teachers are waiting for word on the three-year, $4,000-a-year premiums.
The Caldwell private college opened its doors to 406 new students — 361 first-year students and 45 transfer students.
The goal is to provide high school graduates with the skills they need to work in the Magic Valley’s food manufacturing sector.
School trustees from across the state will consider the proposals in November, in the runup to the 2020 legislative session.
By 2026, the nation will need even more elementary and secondary school teachers
There are only three events and meetings listed for the week, and nothing on the calendar for Thursday or Friday.
Eighty-four percent of respondents said children should be immunized before they can attend school.
The U.S. Department of Education’s top deputy will tour two Treasure Valley schools Monday. From 9 to 9:45 a.m., Mitchell Zais is slated to tour One Stone, an independent, tuition-free high school in Downtown Boise. From 1 to 2 p.m., he will tour Elevate Academy, a new Caldwell charter school that offers career-technical education programs…
Idaho’s Hispanic college enrollment numbers compare well with national averages, but the graduation rates are lackluster at best.
The magazine’s detailed scoring system is weighted heavily on student outcomes, such as graduation rates; faculty resources; and “expert opinion,” which gauges a school’s reputation by considering other rankings and ratings.
Among the items on this week’s schedule: a meeting of Gov. Brad Little’s K-12 task force.
The Journal ranked 801 colleges and universities nationally and the C of I came in at No. 360.
The driving force behind Medicaid expansion wants the state to increase income taxes, bolstering K-12 budgets by more than $170 million a year.
All Idaho high school seniors are pre-approved for some or all of the state’s two- and four-year colleges and universities. And they can start applying, for free, on Oct. 1.
The state superintendent’s weekly schedule lists only two events — lasting a total of one hour.
The Burley High School students proved that they were dismissed from the cheerleading team for reserving the right to file a grievance against the school district, a federal judge ruled in July.
“Some people base their vaccine decision-making to a considerable degree on whether or not a given disease occurs in close vicinity to their community,” said Florian Justwan, a University of Idaho assistant professor of political science.
The Department of Health and Welfare will continue taking comments at public hearings this week.
State superintendent Sherri Ybarra will hit the road for much of the week — except Friday when nothing is scheduled.
The topic dominated a public hearing in Meridian Thursday. The agency will hold five other hearings across the state.