Blackfoot Charter Community Learning Center will likely have facilities for its students next school year. Bingham Academy might not.
Metallica’s charitable foundation is providing scholarships to community colleges across the country.
A recording from a closed-door meeting reveals critiques of several Idaho charter schools. Commission and charter school leaders released statements after hearing the audio.
Caldwell is getting another charter school, Idaho’s education efforts gain national recognition and more.
The average score on the college entrance exam has dropped more than 20 points since 2017.
Idaho Public Television partners with Idaho educators to develop curriculum for fourth graders based on the “Idaho Experience” series.
Eric J. Studebaker succeeds Matt McCarter, and is scheduled to report to work in mid-July.
Ybarra is on vacation this week and has no events scheduled.
Gov. Brad Little is reviewing applications to fill the vacancies.
The decision follows Eric Lords’ admission that he used school funds for more than $3,700 in personal purchases.
The massive public notice spans more than 8,300 pages and includes almost 600 chapters of rules.
The Caldwell School District wants charters to pay for students dually-enrolled in the district. Some charter advocates are fighting back.
Rather than issuing 20 wide-ranging recommendations like the previous task force, the current group is expected to focus on five or six proposals.
According to Kids Count, Idaho kids are doing OK in all areas but one: Education.
Lots of scholarships, expanded internet access and no-more lunch debt for students in Twin Falls.
Ybarra kicks off her week with a meeting with Idaho Business for Education.
Canyon County officials verified that a recall campaign against Marianne Blackwell has generated enough signatures to appear on the ballot.
Wayne Rush’s departure became a matter of public record Wednesday. But the board and the superintendent signed a separation agreement a week ago — in a move that may have violated the state’s Open Meetings Law.