Boise charter school to move locations after facilities debt default
The Village Leadership Academy has been in hot water since 2019, when a report revealed financial malpractice.
Commission hires new director, welcomes new commissioner
INSIDE: Commenters call out overregulation and errors.
Trustees search for ways to reach more voters
Superintendent Wendy Johnson presented four options for the next bond issue request: Nov. 7, 2023; May 17, 2024; Aug. 30, 2024; and Nov. 5, 2024.
Homeschoolers discuss how to navigate an unconventional learning experience
Convention speaker Jenny Nelson talked about finding dinosaur bones and watching buffalo herds. “You can’t duplicate this inside your house with a textbook.”
Education report says improving communication is top Hispanic concern
The fastest-growing demographic in Idaho is Hispanic students: They made up 18% of K-12 enrollment in 2019-20, or about 56,000 students.
A Q&A with Boise State University’s student body president and vice president
Cheyon Sheen and Jason Holman share their vision and goals for the upcoming school year.
Program exposes career opportunities to at-risk teens
Given the academic disinterest and an uncertain future facing the alternative school demographic, “It’s a new way of delivering education,” said the coordinator.
Idaho Falls businesses step in to educate families on college and career paths
A pilot program hosted by Idaho Business teaches parents about the many options for their children.
Fruitland’s classical academy emphasizes virtue and civic responsibility
Students learn Latin, wear uniforms and study the Indonesian music traditions of Gamelan. The school is drawing interest from communities across the state.
West Ada considers alternative solutions to manage overcrowding
Superintendent Derek Bub talked about redrawing elementary school boundaries and rolling in modular classrooms during a recent board meeting.