The state’s current attendance-based funding model doesn’t really address student mobility and fractional enrollment, education officials say.
The grant is to support a technical-education facility.
The multimedia specialist has accepted a job in Northern California. EdNews will immediately begin looking to fill the open position.
“The business model isn’t working, so we have to make some tough decisions,” Co-President Jim Everett told the City Club of Boise on Monday.
In this week’s briefs a Nampa school received free oatmeal for families, Carolyn Holly will join Idaho Business for Education and five schools are finalist in a national competition.
The Twin Falls Republican has served on the education committee for the past six years.
One day after Don Coberly’s retirement plans went public, the board put the job search on the fast track. In essence, deputy superintendent Coby Dennis is the sole applicant for the job.
Boise’s deputy superintendent is the sole candidate to head the state’s second largest school district. A decision could come after Thursday’s interview.
The Department of Administration denied Silverback’s request for administrative review, but the contract has not yet been awarded.
Leadership is waiting until Friday to announce the new chair of the House Education Committee.
Don Coberly has worked in Boise schools for more than 30 years. Trustees will meet Thursday to discuss a “succession plan.”
“It’s a big issue and it’s a generational challenge,” moderator Kevin Richert said of reaching Idaho’s 60 percent goal.
School leaders speak out about winners and losers and protecting teacher salaries.
Meet the school board members who govern their association.