The core of John Eynon’s candidacy

Cottonwood teacher John Eynon has taken a circuitous route to his first run for office.

Randy Jensen focuses on relationships

American Falls middle school principal Randy Jensen wants to bring small-town flavor to statewide office.

Sherri Ybarra: Career educator, not a politician

The long-time teacher and administrator with the Mountain Home School District is experienced in the classroom but not the political arena.

Analysis: Eynon’s case to his base

At a City Club of Boise candidate forum Monday, Cottonwood teacher John Eynon staked out his political turf on Common Core, endowment issues and pre-K.

State superintendent’s forum, Storified

The four Republicans running for state schools superintendent squared off at a City Club of Boise forum. Here’s a summary of the Twitter chatter.

Super candidates carve out differences

Find out where Eynon, Grover, Jensen and Ybarra stand on task force recommendations and the voter-repealed Props 1, 2 and 3 from the former Students Come First laws.

Andy Grover completes checklist with run

The fifth-generation Idahoan has always wanted to run for state superintendent and he’s been preparing for this moment all of his adult life.

VIDEO: The GOP superintendent’s debate

Here, in full, is the April 30 Republican state superintendent candidates’ debate, in four easy-to-search sections.

Analysis: the educators talk education …

… but how will the state superintendent’s candidates handle the inevitable politics of the job?

First superintendent debate ends in a tie

Three of the four GOP candidates share views on Common Core, testing and early childhood education.