This week our reporters highlight one of the major changes and one of the unresolved debates as state officials scramble to finish the ESSA plan.
Find out why Idaho continues to struggle with AP course enrollment, and get caught up on all the back-and-forth debate over a contentious bond issue proposal in East Idaho.
Idaho Public Television’s Seth Ogilvie joins Kevin Richert for a look at Idaho’s political landscape, as the wide-open 2018 elections loom.
There was plenty of talk about ESSA this week. And we talk about it on the Extra Credit podcast. We’ll catch you up on the state’s plans to comply with the federal Every Student Succeeds Act — a key document, which will go a long way toward charting Idaho education policy for years to come.…
This week we dissect the latest draft of Idaho’s plan to comply with the Every Student Succeeds Act and take a closer look at the latest round of SAT scores.
With a federal deadline looming, the leaders of two education groups say they have been cut out of the process to develop Idaho’s ESSA plan.
Find out why education officials in timber country are starting to worry that Secure Rural School funding may not be so secure after all.
Severe snow storms forced extended closures in many Idaho schools this year. But as the school year came to an end, most of those snow days simply melted away.
Learn about proposed new science standards and find out what Idaho education leaders are saying about President Trump’s budget proposal.
This week on Extra Credit: Bonneville voters approve a new community college and Horseshoe Bend is celebrated for its dramatic turnaround.