2021 Idaho Legislature
Rep. Brent Crane wants to rescind a section of Gov. Brad Little’s coronavirus health order, which caps the size of many public gatherings to 10 people. Somewhat larger crowds can attend school athletic events.
Idaho’s taxpayer-funded dual credit program has grown rapidly — that is, before the pandemic. Gov. Brad Little thinks it’s just a one-year blip, and he isn’t alone.
The offer from Idaho university presidents: They say they will freeze tuition for a second year if lawmakers approve Gov. Brad Little’s $315.2 million higher education spending plan.
Rural schools and charter schools are less likely to provide behavioral health services to students and families, a new survey says.
Gov. Brad Little spent much of Monday’s State of the State Address shifting the narrative away from a pandemic that has defined the past 10 months of his term.
Retired four-star general Craig McKinley spoke with education and business leaders on Monday about the need to prioritize developing students’ social and emotional skills.
In the midst of a pandemic that has killed more than 1,500 Idahoans, and in aftermath of Capitol Hill riots that left five people dead, the Idaho Legislature convenes Monday. And some Statehouse regulars are uneasy.