Rural schools set to receive millions for workforce-ready CTE programs
The Idaho Career Ready Students Program Council will decide which project applications will get a portion of the $45 million.
In their own words: New video series, made for Idaho classrooms, highlights tribal youth
The teens will be celebrated at a red carpet film premiere Saturday. The event is free and open to the public.
Wilder students tackle sustainability topics in new animation film
The “The Return to Oz” premieres at the Egyptian Theater Tuesday evening.
Boise State student joins select company with prestigious award
Find out how newly minted Truman Scholar Cheyon Sheen melds innovation and public service.
Schools prepare to add financial literacy courses to the upcoming school year
Educators with social studies or economics endorsements are qualified to teach it.
Idaho’s teacher retention rate drops, but 9 of 10 still stay in the profession
The hundreds of openings are a statewide concern. INSIDE: Find out the rates over time in your district or charter.
Trustees agree to gather voter opinions using in-house resources
They want to find out why a recent bond proposal was rejected.
Some Kuna developers volunteer to help pay for schools, others don’t
A consulting firm projects annual growth of 515 homes in the school district. And after voters rejected a March bond proposal, school official are seeking other ways to build more schools.
Kids build confidence and life skills through Skyhawks Sports
The program’s focus isn’t to train the next soccer superstar — instead, it focuses on getting kids active and building better people through sports.