While K-12 leaders have sought guidance from health districts during the pandemic, schools don’t have to comply with local recommendations — and many didn’t last school year.
Concerns about leftist teachings dominated, no live public testimony was accepted and there was no representation from key players at state education agencies — the result of some figures either declining or being unable to participate.
Hello, and welcome to our live blog from Thursday’s education task force meeting. The meeting starts at 1 p.m. and is scheduled to run until 5 p.m. Kevin Richert here. I will lead this blog, and provide some real-time context and fact-checking. We look forward to hearing from you. (The blog below might take a…
Marvin Hansen’s failure to “answer” the complaint leaves the door open for the state’s education-oversight commission to revoke his teaching and administrative certificates.
Coeur d’Alene has a new superintendent and two new assistant superintendents, all looking to bring a fresh set of eyes to the district.
Lisa Boyd wants to see more career and technical education available, so younger students can get a head start.
The state was asked to clarify how it will meet federal requirements before it can access some $147 million in stimulus money.