STEM takes center stage at Statehouse

The budget would create a $10 million STEM Education Fund to bankroll long-term public-private partnerships.

Ybarra calls for 7.5 percent boost in school funding

Lawmakers and education groups praised the level of detail in Ybarra’s spending proposal.

School choice rally draws large crowd at Statehouse

Students, parents, teachers and community leaders marched and rallied at Idaho State Capitol to spotlight School Choice Week.

Students with disabilities prep for independence

Students in the Boise District’s STEP program are learning how to become independent at home, on a jobsite and in the community.

Your vote can help Jerome kids win $15,000

Enough texts will help Jerome Middle School students earn extra cash to purchase new learning tools for the classroom.

Students learn by stepping back into the 1800s

Every year more than 2,000 students visit Boise’s historic Bown House to learn about Idaho history.

Field trip introduces lawmakers to refugees learning English

Students at Boise’s Garfield Elementary use Imagine Learning software to improve their reading and vocabulary skills.

Band director makes a big difference in short time

School Band and Orchestra Magazine honors Capital High teacher Casey Lindorfer, who is just three years out of college.

Otter calls for 7.9 percent increase in education funding

The governor used Monday’s State of the State address to roll out a new literacy program designed to help improve reading scores of the Idaho’s youngest students.

Teens break Post-It note world record

One Stone high school students to create a world record breaking mural to promote student voice.