No one group has a monopoly on ideas or solutions that we need to improve the human condition for years to come.
The mission of this week’s summit in Downtown Boise is to make students better leaders and encourage adults to listen to what they have to say.
The letter written to Dr. Tromp pressuring her to eliminate programs that help us to succeed was a tired publicity stunt.
I wanted to share with my fellow graduating seniors four major lessons that this last year has taught me.
The movie captures the essence of what it means to have student voice and leadership in education. Watch the premiere on Tuesday night at the Egyptian.
We’re thankful that we had the chance to pick the right school for our needs.
The experience I’ve gained on the board has increased my confidence that I will be able to start a business that makes a positive contribution to society.
I have a lot of aspirations for myself, but I don’t always feel comfortable talking about them.
Jorge Garcia, an eighth grader at Wilder Middle School, interviewed Gov. Butch Otter during Capitol for a Day.
Teens say they are concerned about their future because policy makers have devalued diplomas in the eyes of higher education institutes and future employers.