“I am doing everything I can to convince the trustees about how important it is to have kids in school,” Little said.
More than 200 K-12 school leaders are gathering for their annual conference.
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, many of this fall’s high school seniors have not been able to take the SAT or ACT test.
The district will also postpone the first day of school by a week and mandate masks for students.
The ruling places a temporary block on the group’s push to increase the amount of income taxes corporations and wealthier Idahoans pay to fund the state’s public schools.
Only Gov. Brad Little can call a special session of the Legislature. He’s left the door open but hasn’t acted yet.