Post Falls adopts four-day school week to boost attendance and retain teachers

In March 2024, the district will revisit the decision and decide whether to continue or revert back to a traditional schedule.

Analysis: NIC pays a high price for dysfunction and discord

When North Idaho College made a written case to regional accreditors, it carried an appropriate air of desperation. It’s not an exaggeration to say the 90-year-old college faces an existential, self-inflicted threat.

CDA trustees agree to float $25 million supplemental levy in the wake of major election failures

The unanimous decision on Monday night followed an emotional discussion about “significant erosion of trust between the community and the district.”

Superintendent in shock after two razor-thin school funding losses

An opposition campaign helped sink two Coeur d’Alene levy measures, including a $25 million perpetual supplemental levy.

Judge orders NIC trustees to reinstate Swayne

The Friday evening order leaves the NIC with two presidents on the payroll — and opens a new round of turmoil, as a regional panel considers pulling the beleaguered community college’s accreditation.

Coeur d’Alene trustee calls anti-levy campaign “disgusting” and “un-American”

The district has two significant levies coming up on the March ballot.

Moscow house where four students were murdered will be demolished

The owner donated the house to the university.

‘No additional chances:’ NIC faces another threat to accreditation

“(NIC’s board of trustees) fails to sufficiently appreciate the jeopardy it is placing the institution in with respect to the welfare and viability of the institution,” the head of a regional accreditation board wrote Thursday.

A behind-the-scenes look at another U of I abortion controversy

The University of Idaho became a flashpoint in the national abortion debate in late September. But even before that, the issue has put the U of I on the defensive. Here’s what we learned.

Green appeals for funding to offset costs stemming from student slayings

Gov. Brad Little has requested $1 million to help cover costs for additional security and counseling.