Winston Gee, a 2017 graduate of Boise High, earned all As in four years of college that included evacuations for a fire, mudslide and pandemic.
Last week, the lieutenant governor combined brilliant politics with slapdash policymaking. What better way to foreshadow a wild ride of a 2022 gubernatorial race?
The surge in online offerings marks a changeup in the state’s virtual K-12 landscape, as school districts gear up to serve kids alternative options.
One year ago, schools had to change graduation plans to meet local gathering restrictions amid the pandemic. But this year, most schools are holding graduations as normal.
The controversial out-of-stater has influenced the addition of 12,000 public charter seats in Idaho. He plans to add thousands more, causing a disruption to traditional schools.
New State Board president aims to draw Idaho’s leaders back into consensus over education priorities
“If we don’t have alignment with the Legislature on what’s important, and they don’t support it and fund it, we’re not going to get anything done,” said Kurt Liebich.