The five finalists — four from out of state, and a fifth from British Columbia — will meet with students, staff and faculty starting Monday.
The five Republican candidates traded some jabs on abortion and health care. And yes, they talked about education. Catch up here.
Parma High Principal David Carson will take the helm at the Magic Valley district on July 1.
The former state senator from Meridian is one of seven Republicans in the May 15 primary in the 1st Congressional District.
This year, the 10-member legislative committee plans to move from studying Idaho’s complicated school funding formula to recommending changes.
Starting July 1, adult students could receive state scholarship dollars to return to college.
Organizers canceled the televised Democratic debate, saying one of the two candidates, Allen Humble of Boise, had failed to prove he is actively campaigning for the office.
Nationally, gaps between high-achieving and low-achieving students widened in 2017.
Colleges are doing a better job of recruiting students from low-income households. But these students still struggle to graduate.
U.S. Rep. Raul Labrador lashed out Thursday over an ad from a PAC supporting Republican rival Tommy Ahlquist. Said Labrador, “These lies must end, and they must end now.”
Ybarra won’t seek funding for her $20.8 million plan until 2019 — if she is re-elected this year.
The arrest came less than a week after Gov. Butch Otter signed off on a new law covering school threats made over social media platforms.
Rep. Ron Nate never sought a hearing on the bill proposed by a fourth-grade class, House State Affairs Committee Chairman Tom Loertscher told Betsy Russell of the Spokane Spokesman-Review.
A newly created college scholarship subsidizes adults “who have already tried higher education and found it wasn’t for them,” lieutenant governor’s candidate Janice McGeachin said this week.
Overall, 54 percent of survey respondents said armed teachers would enhance school safety, while 26 percent of respondents said it would make schools less safe.
The budget frees up $550,000 to roll out a new statewide reading test, and resolves one of the last big battles of the 2018 legislative session.
More than 800 events were held worldwide Saturday, from Washington, D.C., to Parkland, Fla., to Boise.
The new law allows prosecutors to pursue a case involving a threat, whether it occurs on school grounds or on social media platforms. It goes into effect immediately.
Classes at Coeur d’Alene High School are canceled for today, but the building will be open, with crisis counselors available to speak to students, staff, family members and the public.
With the Legislature’s work all but done for 2018, some summer committees are getting a jump on their work.