Day 51: Working from home

It was a virtual Friday for state superintendent Debbie Critchfield.

Working from home, she kicked off her day with a meeting about one of her top priorities — career technical education. The superintendent has been working on Grade 7-12 CTE legislation, and updated industry and education stakeholders about her progress Friday morning. She held a similar CTE meeting Friday afternoon.

The superintendent visited virtually with a group of private school students from Idaho Falls.

The superintendent also met with students from Deseret Study Abroad Academy, an Idaho Falls-based private school. Led by their teacher, the student group has spent the past week at the Statehouse observing the Legislature.

Friday evening, she’ll speak (in person) at a Lincoln Day banquet in Preston.

Sadie Dittenber

Sadie Dittenber

Reporter Sadie Dittenber focuses on K-12 policy and politics. She is a College of Idaho graduate, born and raised in the Treasure Valley. You can follow Sadie on Twitter @sadiedittenber and send her news tips at [email protected].

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