Barely a third of Idaho’s Class of 2018 took the college-placement test. The test’s vendor cautions against making broad state-to-state comparisons.
The vast majority of legislative races won’t be competitive, so keep an eye out for these five races on Nov. 6.
She will request $12 million from the Legislature and if that’s not enough, she’ll pull money from the state’s rainy day education savings account.
The State Board of Education hopes to have a new leader hired by July 1.
Attendance in the district has dropped as Idaho families face a growing number of educational choices.
Only the State Board of Education has the power to hire a new president, and it hopes to have a new executive on campus by July 1.