State Superintendent Sherri Ybarra solicited feedback from local leaders regarding a range of issues ahead of the 2019 legislative session.
Some 50 parents, teachers and school administrators outlined the skills and attributes needed for the person selected to replace outgoing superintendent Chuck Shackett.
The measure would include funding for a new elementary school, and could kick off a 12-year $176.5 million plan to upgrade a range of facilities across the district.
An online survey and special board meeting will let patrons have a say in the district’s pursuit of a new leader.
Seniors at Compass Academy called the shots in two political events this week.
A Facebook post promoted by one of the billionaire’s companies has reached hundreds of Idahoans since Saturday night.
The $975,000 deal is to highlight the university’s lesser-known impacts and offerings.
Major Republican donor and billionaire Frank VanderSloot will support Cindy Wilson, a Democrat who’s challenging Republican incumbent Sherri Ybarra in next week’s midterm election.
The East Idaho district is considering starting classes a half hour later than normal.
Shelley Superintendent Bryan Jolley has announced his plans to retire in June.
The decline is 2.5 percent among undergraduates and .8 percent among graduate students, despite some positive enrollment indicators.
Some students examined a human brain. Others flew simulated drones.
The school board met Wednesday to discuss possible paths forward and to address why its $99.5 million request to rebuild Idaho Falls High School and remodel Skyline High School failed in August.
Oliver Roberts, 42, died Saturday after a utility task vehicle he was driving rolled off an embankment in the Pebble Creek Ski area outside of Pocatello.
Gem Prep: Pocatello, a four-year old K-6 public charter school, plans to make the cross-town move before next school year.
The State Department of Education and the Public Charter School Commission use different criteria to evaluate schools.
Court documents reveal a failed attempt by the Idaho Attorney General’s Office to have the embattled teacher’s trial transferred to another county.
Lisa Sherick says she will retire from the growing East Idaho district after four years at the helm.