For as long as symbols and language of hate are permitted in our schools, my classroom is not a safe place of learning for all kids.
We can choose to come out of this pandemic with public schools finally resourced and equipped to meet our students’ needs. Or we can choose to go back to the same.
“Over-parenting” and an isolating pandemic may have something to do with it.
On Monday, Governor Little will reveal his values in his executive budget. I encourage him to finally put working Idaho families first.
The State Board, in partnership with Idaho AEYC, received a $6 million per year, three-year federal grant to help improve Idaho’s early childhood system “with an eye toward readiness and literacy.”
Simply put, our kids need to be in school, with teachers and peers, to have the best opportunities to learn and grow.
His service to Idaho and its citizens, its families, and its children is impossible to measure.
Open or contribute to an IDeal College Savings Program this holiday season and start a new tradition.
Lawmakers should look at our high education institutions as the best investment to ensure Idaho and its citizens have a prosperous future.
Nevermind the car door separating us all. There he was, in all his splendor, an arm’s reach away. The Big Man. Father Christmas.