$600 million income tax proposal heads to the Idaho House floor

What would be the largest tax cut in Idaho history provides tax rebates and reduces income rates.

Statehouse roundup, 1.13.22: Academic standards, trustee recall proposals resurface

One lawmaker looks to force the hand of the State Board of Education in adopting rewritten school standards. Two others try to reconfigure the procedures that follow trustee recalls.

A divided West Ada school board selects new leadership

On just her first day as a trustee, Lori Frasure was elected vice chair of Idaho’s largest school district.

Student success requires teachers and parents 

As your State Superintendent of Public Instruction, I will bridge the gap between the dinner table and the classroom.

Little reports nearly $1 million in campaign contributions

The incumbent has not formally announced his bid for a second term, but he continues to far outraise all prospective rivals in the May GOP primary.

Much of school board candidate fundraising didn’t go public until after the election

An EdNews analysis of 43 candidates’ campaign finances found that 45% of their fundraising wasn’t reported until after polls closed.

This is how social justice works

People who are unafraid of learning about the need for civil rights and social justice don’t view rights gained for some as rights lost for others.

With eyes on redistricting, candidates are filling a legislative battleground

All three sitting District 15 lawmakers have confirmed their tentative plans, as have two other Statehouse hopefuls.

CWI selects Boise State’s Gordon Jones as president

The search took most of the year and included focus groups and interviews with three other finalists.

Scott Yenor will lose his war on women because our nation needs their talent

The Boise State professor may survive behavior that would have landed him in the unemployment line if he were in the private sector.