The state may expand ethics training to all who work with children

Research indicates that educators make between 1,500-3,000 non-trivial decisions in a day.

Exterior signage for North Star Charter School.

A new path to college credits: North Star Charter to drop IB program

Only 10 of 30 senior students enrolled in North Star’s IB program this year.

West Ada’s proposed levy would benefit all 58 schools

The $500 million ask — the largest in state history — also would construct two elementary schools and a training center.

Elevate Academy finds the ‘disenfranchised’ and transforms them

The alternative school method is upending tradition. And because not every young person fits the mold, they don’t use one.

Ms. Jenna Smith’s 5th grade class at Washington Elementary School.

Bank teaches elementary kids how to save money

It’s never too early to begin teaching fiscal responsibility, according to Zions Bank.

Student ambassadors Bowen Moser (left) and Lydia Rice (right) speak with Micron communications specialist Lynda Martin (center).

BSU’s new center aims to uplift future engineers

Funded by a $585,000 multi-year Micron Foundation grant, Boise State’s College of Engineering hosted an open house this Tuesday.

Superintendent’s defamation lawsuit against state leaders nears conclusion

The defendants are listed as the Public Charter School Commission, Alan Reed, Nils Peterson and Kirsten Pochop.

Despite financial and language barriers, Chief Joseph elementary is one of the best

The West Ada elementary school outperformed the state and district on standardized tests last year.  

Years in the works, CWI Boise campus plan hits a milestone

A 60,000-square-foot classroom building could be open by 2026 — and replace a hodgepodge of leased buildings in Boise.

Latinas who lead: breaking barriers in Idaho education

Idaho’s Latina students are vastly underrepresented in education leadership roles. The state’s few Latina leaders are striving to change that.