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Idyllic campus is grounded in classical teaching and the outdoors

North Idaho Classical Academy plans to open its doors in 2025 to 210 students from rural areas stretching to the Canadian and Montana borders.

UPDATED: Idaho joins lawsuit over new Title IX rules

The rules, which would extend sex discrimination protections to LGBTQ+ students, have prompted a growing pushback in Republican-led states.

These cities raised taxes — for free child care

Parents say the free day care ‘changed my life.’

Coeur d’Alene trustees agree to close Borah elementary

“Everybody expects you to have crossing guards. It’s just one of those things that comes with sending your kids to school,” a trustee said.

Campaign finance roundup (4.29.24 edition)

Between now and May 21, we will highlight some of the election’s newsiest fundraising and spending activity.

NIC faces $5.2 million deficit

Much of the projected deficit is tied to NIC’s return to the National Junior College Athletics Association, the Coeur d’Alene Press reported this week.

Idaho Falls spent tens of thousands on attorneys for two recent cases

That’s according to invoices obtained through a public records request.

Middleton city and school leaders band together to tackle classroom overcrowding

Kuna School District appears ready to ask its city council to take up a similar fight. And the Vallivue School District worked closely with Middleton to craft its ordinance.

Rural “Grab-N-Go” summer meals to reach more students

Communications director Scott Graf explained that the Department of Education had included a request for the funds to help run the Summer EBT program in their yearly budget.

CDA trustees examine unconventional cost-savings measures

The North Idaho district is considering the unprecedented step of closing a school.