The lineup change — and the counterclaim — came 11 days after a district judge disqualified Labrador from the closely watched open meetings case.
But first, the state’s Workforce Development Council has its own senior project of sorts: working through a maze of process and a morass of questions.
In an extensive Idaho Education News interview, University of Phoenix administrators spoke optimistically about the future — and discussed Phoenix’s troubled track record. See (and hear) what they had to say.
The Department of Health and Welfare might have broken the law in its rushed rollout of a child care grants program, according to legislative auditors.
On Wednesday, State Board of Education members and staff hailed the education microgrant program’s successes — and new safeguards designed to prevent problems that have plagued the program’s launch.
The four court motions represent the State Board of Education’s most concerted push against Attorney General Raúl Labrador’s lawsuit.