We need to continue to find ways to make it easier for our young people to continue their education.
Thanks to everyone who contributed to protecting Idaho’s public schools by helping to defeat HB 590.
Vote in support of bonds and levies on Tuesday but vote against the Guided Education Management Act.
The legislation is a blatant workaround that avoids both the text and intent of Idaho’s Constitution.
This bill is potentially taking away funding for public schools throughout the state.
The arrangement steals money from classrooms.
Blaine County’s communication director: “Let’s set the record straight.”
A targeted tax credit would be another learning option for students who need different choices to meet their needs.
I’m a teacher and school shootings are my worst nightmare. Real change requires action, not idle blame.
Three major education stakeholder groups in Idaho oppose any form of school vouchers that divert taxpayer funds from public schools into private or parochial schools.
The Higher Ed Task Force recommendations are about improving Idaho’s educational system, and we urge support and funding of them.
My primary intention: modeling and demonstrating optimism and how to positively interpret adversity.
Idaho needs to invest state dollars in high-quality preschool options for families.
The Task Force and the State Board of Education have given legislators the blueprint for success. Now it’s time for them to act decisively for Idaho’s future.
What is the problem facing Idaho’s education system today? It’s simple: lack of leadership.
I will never say the path I have chosen is the “only” path, nor is it the right path for everyone. It is what is best for us, made possible by options.
State investment in residency programs makes sense for Idaho. Training more doctors will lead to healthier Idahoans, economic benefits and returns on investment that far outweigh the costs.
The University of Idaho needs to move into the 21st century and stop limiting student education based on assumptions drawn from decades earlier.
Despite the many challenges and constraints, Idaho’s charter schools have earned the right to the operational flexibilities that defined the intent of the original charter school law.
Finding qualified special education teachers — particularly in rural areas — is just about as easy as electing a Democrat to a state office. Good luck! Our exceptional children deserve the best.