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In 2018-19, Idaho hopes to have a new way to test reading skills in kindergarten through third grade. For some educators, the change can’t come soon enough.
Bonneville County residents will soon have the chance to apply for the trustee spots, which could be filled by mid-July.
“It’s not a fun decision to make,” said Bonneville’s assistant superintendent Scott Woolstenhulme, “but I think we’ve done our best.” Hundreds of elementary and secondary kids will be relocated.
The Trump budget proposes a $1.4 billion shift into school choice programs. In an about-face, Republican state superintendent Sherri Ybarra said the proposed $9 billion in cuts are unacceptable.
Like the widely adopted STEM approach to learning, South Fremont High School’s STEAM program emphasizes science, technology, engineering and math — but also throws art into the equation.
This week’s briefs feature a Boise High School teacher, two schools awarded the NewSchools Venture Fund and a grant awarded to the Educate Idaho Network.
The new standards suggest “human intervention can mitigate potential issues” with climate change, the State Department of Education said Friday. The 2017 Legislature rejected a series of standards referring to climate change — and lawmakers will have the last word on the new language.
Transforming EITC into the College of Eastern Idaho still carries a variety of academic, infrastructural and financial implications.
In other results, Idaho voters approved $42.8 million in school bond issues and levies.