Former Democratic Party chairman Larry Grant floated her name recently; in an interview with Boise Weekly, Morgan said, “I really can’t tell you anything.”
Two charter school bills are working their way through the Legislature — and they will make the trip without support or opposition from the State Board of Education.
When the Joint Finance-Appropriations Committee hashed over the K-12 budget, $1.3 billion was on the table. But the debate came down to a small fraction of the budget: $2.9 million.
On Monday, the Joint Finance-Appropriations Committee will tackle Idaho’s public schools budget for 2013-14. For a preview, let’s take a look at some of the moving parts.
Monday is K-12 Budget Day at the Joint Finance-Appropriations Committee. And a lot of other education news could break at the Statehouse Monday. Here’s what to watch for.
The issues are, by now, familiar. On Monday, the Senate Education Committee will look at a third round of bills addressing pieces of the rejected Proposition 1 labor law.
The American university system is not producing the kind of graduates the job market demands. But America isn’t alone, says Rashid Davis, principal of an innovative high school that partners with industry and higher ed.
Rep. Linden Bateman’s cursive crusade has come to fruition. The Senate approved his cursive handwriting resolution Thursday. The next step: State Board of Education rulemaking.