Greg Wilson spoke to several potential bidders for the data management contract, including SAS Institute Inc. SAS got the three-year contract in October. In December, Wilson accepted a job with SAS.
Because state officials consider school construction and maintenance a local responsibility, they’ve gotten careless with Idaho’s 46 million square feet of school buildings.
Capitol police interceded twice between the exchanges involving state superintendent’s candidate Branden Durst, co-sponsor of a failed parental rights bill, and state Sen. Jim Woodward, one of the bill’s opponents.
North Idaho Charter STEM Academy Executive Director Scott Thomson’s $193,500-a-year salary is No. 1 on the latest statewide administrative salaries list. INSIDE: Find out what your administrator makes.
EdNews read and analyzed all school district and charter spending plans it could find on websites, where plans are required to be posted, and found the plans vary widely.
Some school leaders are sold on the controversial practice aimed at infusing more student diversity into their classrooms. Others remain mixed.
An EdNews analysis of 43 candidates’ campaign finances found that 45% of their fundraising wasn’t reported until after polls closed.
More of Idaho’s college students are coming from outside Idaho. That could affect the way Idaho’s elected officials view an embattled higher education system, and where they decide to spend taxpayer dollars.
A majority of Boise State’s first-year undergrads came from outside the state, for the first time in school history. And that’s just one snapshot. The face of the Idaho college campus is changing, likely for years to come.