Video: Kids give a lesson on Idaho history

Listen to kids talk about Idaho history.

Middleton teen plays her way into esteemed arts school

Sophomore Sawyer Porter’s violin skills landed her into the Idaho Fine Arts Academy, an Eagle school where nearly 170 auditioned to enter but only 40 were accepted based on their varied talents.

Lawmakers log steps to win money for schools

Legislators are taking part in the High Five Children’s Health Collaborative, a program that tracks their physical activity and raises money for schools through the Steps for Schools program.

Otter: Religious schools amendment is unnecessary

The controversial amendment would ease the ban on siphoning state dollars into church schools. For now, the amendment is on hold in a House committee.

Early learning advocates rally at Statehouse

Early education advocates took their case to legislative committees and the Statehouse steps Wednesday. Idaho is one of only five states without state-funded pre-K.

NNU director helps change a generation in Liberia

Eric Kellerer travels from Idaho to Africa to bring educational resources to students in poverty.

Boise teens have a need for speed

Technology education students participated in CO2 dragster races competing against other schools learning how to design and modify.

Lawmakers love Pie Day

Parents of home-schooled children annually bake more than 200 pies and give away slices at the Statehouse.

Khan Academy takes Idaho by ‘LearnStorm’

Nearly 25,000 Idaho students are participating in a math challenge program designed to improve their math abilities and build a growth mindset.

Ybarra details collaborative approach behind her budget

Ybarra said she is striving for transparency and to include a diverse representation of voices in her policy and budget discussions