When voting Nov. 2, I urge all Zone 3 residents to ask themselves, “What do students, families, teachers, and staff of Zone 3 deserve?”
The collaboration is between state agencies and all eight public higher education institutions formed to build a digital campus of fully online learning opportunities and support.
Dear media: The next time Lt. Gov. McGeachin calls a presser and says, “No questions,” please pack up and go home.
I am being asked to do the impossible as a second-year special education teacher.
The time is right: we know that an attendance-based system does not work, and the pandemic has shown us that it needs to change for good.
The money will be used to help community college faculty who choose to participate in the effort transition their courses to zero-cost or very low-cost instructional materials.
For me, the answer to that question is no. This answer led me to run for office.
I believe government works best when it’s local so it can better hear from all concerned citizens.
Idaho’s majority party is almost unrecognizable. It’s influenced by extreme-right organizations bullying their way into Idaho politics.
At school, I am a broken record, “Mask on,” I remind my students. “Be sure to wash your hands.” But then, they go home and into the world. Football games, Family gatherings. Playdates and sleepovers, right? An alternate reality.