Just before the coronavirus pandemic struck Idaho, state education leaders took on a sizable task: connecting dozens of college and career readiness advisors across more than 80,000 square miles. The result? The Next Steps Idaho Ambassador program.
“If we help students before they pose a threat, we reduce the likelihood they will ever pose a threat,” said Makenzie Schiemann, president of the National Association for Behavioral Intervention (NABITA).
The findings suggest that schools don’t have complete information to make their plans for the fall, said Dr. David Pate, a pandemic adviser to Gov. Brad Little and to some Idaho schools.
The survey’s goals and methodology are ambiguous, though Rep. Nichols’ post says the survey will study curriculum in Idaho schools.
The superintendent’s Student Advisory Council is scheduled to be formed in August. But what is it going to look like? And what will it achieve?
The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare reported at least 63 K-12 cases for an eight-day period ending Monday. That’s a decrease from 79 cases the preceding week.
Committee members catalogued stories of indoctrination in U.S. schools, wrote down their understandings of what critical race theory is and listened as hardline conservatives leveraged critiques against alleged left-leaning curricula.
The university will pay the airline up to $500,000 a year over three years, if Boise-to-Pullman, Wash., air service falls short of profit targets.