Beyond helping to provide the more skilled and educated workforce that our employers need, the return on this investment will be what it does for so many individual Idahoans who are striving for a better future.
Legislation would help school boards defend their professional school employees from being publicly pestered into supporting a labor union.
In order for Idahoans to live the American Dream, it is necessary for them to have the best education possible.
Idaho could learn a lesson from Tennessee, which is promoting post-secondary education as a way to invest in the future.
So I have to wonder: Are we improving an existing problem that needs fixing or are we trying to manage future outcomes?
The lawmaker’s plan would prevent government from using your money to convince you to vote for your taxes to go up.
When students are healthy and able to learn, we all benefit as a society. We thank our state agencies and policymakers for their support of these crucial nutrition programs that benefit so many children.
Lets hold charter schools accountable for their performance, but in return, it is appropriate to find ways to offer these schools more space to be different.
It is imperative that policymakers and stakeholders consider partnerships to achieve statewide education goals, especially with STEM, workforce and literacy skills.
One size does not fit all. It is up to us to advocate for a quality educational system and promote a culture of innovation and creativity.