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An increasing number of co-ops provide services to homeschool families

The U.S. Census Bureau says 10% of Idaho families homeschool their children.

Idaho Secretary of State’s Office launches revamped Vote Idaho website

New website billed as one-stop election resource for candidates and voters alike.

Shoshone-Bannock teens invite fourth graders to make the reservation their classroom

Organizers hope the event will build bridges and dispel stereotypes.

Statehouse roundup, 2.27.24: University presidents ask lawmakers to fully fund employee pay

Additional salary funding would help attract new faculty and keep tuition stable, they said.

Idaho GOP won’t allow news media inside upcoming presidential caucus

Only registered Republicans and their minor children will be allowed in caucus sites on March 2, state party officials say.

What to expect at Idaho GOP’s caucus on March 2

Idaho Republicans will help pick their party’s nominee for president at 210 sites throughout the state.

Flooding, water line breaks, asbestos scare disrupt learning at Sandpoint Middle

School leaders are looking to Legislature, local committee to determine solutions.

Final awards made for superintendent’s workforce expansion program

The Department of Education council has awarded over $43 million in six months to 58 proposals.

Oppenheimer to step down from AEYC and Boise school board

The nonprofit executive is heading to Washington, D.C., for an education policy and research position — what she called “the opportunity of a lifetime.”

Statehouse roundup, 2.19.24: Bill on immunization opt-outs heads to House

INSIDE: House Republicans reject bill to codify new bullying reporting, new bill targets public resources for teachers’ unions.