The state’s largest school district will begin the school year online on Sept. 8. Parents have pushed for schools to open, and protesters showed up at district headquarters Monday morning.
The state’s second-largest school district is waiting for 13,000 student computing devices — three months after placing a $2.7 million order. Shifting into online learning is a tough job, even with a summer to prepare.
The trustees of Idaho’s largest school district want to get students into the classroom for at least part of the school year — a push that, for now, runs counter to recommendations from local health officials.