I am proud of the way the State Board worked through the various proposals put forth by our colleges and universities.
Start putting aside money for someone you love, and then help spread the word.
And the only way to defeat it is for responsible adults to give struggling students an equal shot at success.
Please help Idaho’s public charter schools do more for our families and children.
Thanks to everyone who contributed to protecting Idaho’s public schools by helping to defeat HB 590.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Get-a-degree reforms have yet to bear the fruit to merit the state government’s myopic insistence that more kids enter the higher education system.
We must stop delegating our children’s future to “edu-crats” in Washington and start taking the initiative to give our children the world-class education they deserve.
Idaho’s history with segregation, desegregation and charter schools is different than what a national story reported.
The federal government is working feverishly to undermine our families. Plus, a House bill penalizes teachers and college students.
The Republican candidates for governor are offering voters a range of opinions on whether the public education system should be expanded to include preschoolers. Supporters of government-funded early childhood education contend such taxpayer investments have proved their worth by getting children ready to succeed in school. Opponents contend research on whether government-funded prekindergarten pays off…
I seriously doubt students who have completed the equivalent of one year of college have it in their minds to drop out of school and then wait three years in hopes of qualifying for a scholarship.