In other news, the teachers union filed a grievance against the school board, and voters rejected the district’s supplemental levy request Tuesday night.
Educators will have until June 30 to apply for the premiums.
EdNews last week surveyed dozens of parents and said their children were receiving either no services or only a partial amount of services during school closures amid coronavirus.
Several school ballot measures failed Tuesday, in a historic all vote-by-mail primary election. Meanwhile, in eastern Idaho, three legislative incumbents lost.
Little also said “with any luck” Idaho could advance to stage 4 of the reopening plan next week.
Face-to-face classes will end before Thanksgiving. Some health officials warn of a potential second wave of coronavirus in late fall, coinciding with the start of flu season.
K-12 schools have only a few months to make sure they’re in compliance with guidelines for responding to and investigating reports of sexual harassment.
The recommendations are headed to Gov. Brad Little’s desk.
Ybarra cited the surveys as the State Board weighs how to spend Idaho’s stimulus funds and sets policy for the future of education amid a pandemic.
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