How are districts spending $15.8 million in teacher leadership premiums? Here’s a closer look.
As far as public education is concerned, the 2014 legislative session is history. Gov. Butch Otter signed the final three K-12 bills on his desk Friday.
Topping the list is the teacher pay bill, which provides teachers a 1 percent raise, $15.8 million in leadership “premiums,” and a boost in starting salary.
A closer look at what’s been done — and what needs to be done — on the 20 recommendations from Gov. Butch Otter’s education task force.
Still sitting on Gov. Butch Otter’s desk: a bill to provide teachers a 1 percent raise and $15.8 million in leadership premiums. Otter has until April 4 to act on the bill.
Join Kevin Richert and the Idaho Statesman’s Dan Popkey and Zach Kyle, as they recap the 2014 Legislature.
Day 74 at the Idaho Legislature turned out to be the final day of the 2014 session. Here’s a chronicle, 140 characters at a time.
Several key K-12 education bills passed on the final day of the 2014 legislative session.
Do you have questions from the just-concluded 2014 session? We have answers.
The Legislature appears poised to adjourn the 2014 session Thursday. Here’s a chronology of the action on several important K-12 spending issues.