Boise trustees: Rajbhandari’s profane tweet violates code of ethics

After a closed executive session, trustee Shiva Rajbhandari issued a public apology for last week’s tweet, directed at Gov. Brad Little.

Boise students stage walkout to protest gun violence

“Every single student I know, all of my friends, we’re afraid that we’re going to be the next victims of a mass shooting,” said one Boise student, who helped organize Wednesday’s protest.

Education news briefs: West Ada students to build tiny houses for Idaho veterans

Inside: Students advance to national competitions and a foundation pays off outstanding lunch balances.

Charter school bucks the status quo for at-risk students

At Future Public, a focus on equity is making a difference.

Boise junior high social worker’s ‘inappropriate’ conduct with student was kept secret. How?

Social worker may have abused a student, principal is charged with not reporting it, and Boise school district hasn’t told parents.

Nampa, Kuna leaders seek answers following failed bond proposals

“We have a little bit of a saying here … be curious, not furious or angry. We want to know why.” said Kuna Superintendent Wendy Johnson.

Life’s Kitchen serves second chances for at-risk youth

Since 2003, the Boise-based nonprofit has provided over 550,000 hours of job training to more than 755 young adults.

Nampa asks to modernize facilities and build new high school

Nampa’s $210 million bond proposal on the March 14 ballot is about the growing cost of maintaining aging mechanical systems and dealing with facility obsolescence.

West Ada trustees agree to put a record-breaking, $500 million levy on the ballot

The levy, if passed, would be an unorthodox way to pay for new schools and more.