A new library commissioner, Cassia’s teacher of the year, and a 14-year-old making waves in the conservation world.
The board chair acknowledged they may have violated Idaho’s open meeting law.
By the numbers: Eight districts will decide on $172 million in ballot measures, while three of Middleton’s five trustees face a recall election.
Boise State’s new president restated her commitment to accommodate all students, regardless of background, demographics or politics. “If universities are not meant to be bringers of light, then who is?”
Under current law, kindergarten is optional in Idaho.
Public schools will receive $52.6 million from state endowments in 2020-21, a $1.3 million increase.
Results from this year’s Idaho Reading Indicator were a mixed bag. Several demographic groups gained a bit of ground. For other student groups, chronic “achievement gaps” only grew wider.
Some 150 people packed a State Board hearing on Monday night for a discussion that centered around education standards.
With increased discussion of a potential economic slowdown, task force members say rainy day account could help Idaho weather a storm.
As the federal government debates LGBTQ workplace rights, some Idaho districts already have protections in place.
Otter will assist the eduction group with special projects and promote education initiatives.
The decision represents the latest in a lingering facilities feud between the public charter school and a local planning and zoning commission.
The 2019 task force may be about to double down on two recommendations from the 2013 task force.
After hours of public testimony Monday night, one of Idaho’s oldest high schools changed its mascot.