Idaho’s governor estimated it will take another nine days to see positive results of the stay-home order. And even with the order, state officials expect confirmed cases to increase in the coming days.
Despite the highest per-capita coronavirus rates in the state, trustees aren’t ruling out reopening school later this spring. “I don’t want to get too mired down right now in looking too far in the future,” trustee Rob Clayton said Monday.
The newly signed law would ban transgender girls and women from participating in girls’ and women’s sports. A legal challenge appears inevitable.
As spring break ends in the West Ada School District, students will be able to take optional online courses beginning Monday. Teachers and staff will return to school to work on the online transition.
Among the biggest questions: how to shift to online learning, making a sudden transition that would have been unimaginable weeks ago.
What happened in education policy? What didn’t happen? And what does an uncertain future hold?