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.
It is past time for Idaho to craft a plan that not only better meets the needs of today’s students, but is nimble enough to meet the needs of their children.
A great deal of scholarly thinking supports the many physical, mental and emotional benefits of giving young people more opportunities to explore, wonder and learn during all of Idaho’s long summer days.
Giving educators a chance to erase a big chunk of their student loan debt for working in rural school districts is a targeted incentive.
The Idaho Governor’s Cup Scholarship program founded in 1974 by Andrus broke fundraising records this year.
The secret sauce is very simple – university students spend their school career alternating between full-time school semesters and full-time work semesters.