The new career-technical school seeks to bridge the gap between education and the work force.
Find out how Idaho compares to other states examined by the National Council on Teacher Quality.
National expert discusses best practices in presidential hires.
It’s unclear whether state superintendent Sherri Ybarra will have to pay a $50-a-day fine. Democratic nominee Cindy Wilson chided Ybarra over the violation.
In this week’s briefs you will find Governors cup scholarship recipients, Idaho STEM educator award deadline extended and school grants for peer-based suicide prevention.
The nominees begin the race to the Nov. 6 election with depleted bank accounts — and Democratic nominee Paulette Jordan holding an edge over Republican Brad Little.
Every Idaho elementary school will begin using a new, online reading test next school year.
Three public funding-formula forums remain.
Appointed boards of trustees could give Idaho universities a powerful core of local advocates, and ease the State Board of Education’s workload, the retiring Boise State University president said Monday.
The next public hearing is set for Monday night in Fort Hall.
Of all 50 states, only Idaho qualified in every gun-related category examined in a recent national study.
While students enjoy the summer break, school leaders will be brainstorming ways to both introduce and fund heightened security measures in the age of mass school shootings.
Find out who received this prestigious scholarship.
Paid consultants will host a mix of public hearings and invitation-only focus groups where the public will be barred from attending.
The educator faces a misdemeanor count after he fed an ill puppy to a turtle in front of a handful of students.
The provost and vice president of academic affairs will lead the university after President Bob Kustra retires at the end of the month.