After three years on the committee, my goal now is to prevent the dismantling of public and higher education.
More than 10,400 students graduated this spring from our eight public community colleges and four-year institutions.
The conclusion is inescapable: this task force is based on an accusation (indoctrination) unsupported by proof (no report, no video) or based on slight, doubtful, or irrelevant evidence.
We must turn our focus to academic recovery and how to address the social-emotional impacts of the past several months.
One leading Republican noted that Critical Race Theory (CRT, which has never been taught in Idaho schools) consumed the most legislative time this year.
The worldwide pandemic threw complex curveballs, speed bumps and barriers to teaching and learning.
There are a lot of parents hoping that their schools of choice, and the teachers working in them, can weather the latest versions of America’s culture wars.
Incidental conversations with young adults about their futures can spark aspirations and lay the groundwork for promising training and career plans.
The people of Idaho continually stand by public schools and want their children educated within the public school system. So why aren’t the majority of our legislators able to see and act on this reality? The public school system has shown time and time again its capacity to rise to the occasion and provide for…
I’m a teacher in the Boise School District and would like to know more.