Tech: Meridian school’s ‘rotational’ program

Meridian students use classroom technology to see the world — virtually.

Idaho students make strides in math

But kids in the Gem State lag behind the rest of the county, according to national test results. Also inside, find out which four teachers won classroom grants.

Latest debate draws out new answers

Find out what the candidates think about raising taxes, Idaho’s new standardized tests and how they plan to improve Idaho’s reading scores.

The core of John Eynon’s candidacy

Cottonwood teacher John Eynon has taken a circuitous route to his first run for office.

Candidates answer questions on education

Become an educated voter on education-related issues by reviewing how candidates in contested primaries think about funding, curriculum and testing.

Randy Jensen focuses on relationships

American Falls middle school principal Randy Jensen wants to bring small-town flavor to statewide office.

McGrath leaving Luna’s staff

State Department’s communications director and senior staff member is leaving for an education position in Washington, D.C.

Schools should embrace strategic planning

A national consulting expert tells education leaders that creating a strategic plan can be exciting and fun because “you learn something about yourself.”

Sherri Ybarra: Career educator, not a politician

The long-time teacher and administrator with the Mountain Home School District is experienced in the classroom but not the political arena.

Analysis: Eynon’s case to his base

At a City Club of Boise candidate forum Monday, Cottonwood teacher John Eynon staked out his political turf on Common Core, endowment issues and pre-K.