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After five years and $100 million, Idaho remains far from its ’60 percent goal’

State suspends charter founder’s administrative certificate

Kerby reprimanded for violating state law and code of ethics

State reprimands Sugar-Salem superintendent for altering data

At $194.7 million, Idaho’s supplemental levy bill keeps rising

Oneida’s unorthodox digital partnership impacts millions of dollars and hundreds of students

Opposition to Idaho Falls’ $110 million bond issue gains traction

State emails shed light on departure of Ybarra’s former spokesman

Rethinking remediation: Colleges look for new ways to help at-risk students

Bonneville homeowners pay a growing price for growth

Schools split over the way they pay teachers

Non-traditional hires surge amid Idaho’s teacher shortage

97 percent of teachers earn top marks on latest evaluations

Idaho teens aren’t getting state-mandated help planning their careers

SPECIAL REPORT: Reading scores fall short of schools’ own goals

Most districts and charters comply with Idaho transparency laws

Ybarra reprimands one of her directors

New graduation requirements stir debate over the value of test scores

Idaho school savings accounts top $250 million

Idaho’s AP program grows, but challenges persist

Idaho’s rural families favor trades over four-year degrees

After the snow, hundreds of school days melted away

Sugar-Salem superintendent: Idaho is a long way from leveling the playing field

Report details problems in teacher ‘leadership premium’ payments

Danielson framework creator expresses concerns over Idaho teacher evaluations

Administrators reported 3,162 bullying incidents in 2015-16

New evaluation report outlines improvements — and ongoing confusion

Teacher salaries up 5 percent, two years into career ladder

Confusion abounds in wake of teacher evaluations review

Audit finds 99 percent of teacher evaluations were inaccurate or incomplete

Bullying data remains unavailable

Lawmakers attempting to clear up purchasing law uncertainty

Ybarra’s new policy officer isn’t employed by the state of Idaho

The literacy launch: Strategies and goals vary widely

Idaho districts, charters stash $215 million in savings accounts

More than $200,000 in Caldwell consulting work goes unexplained

Tax shift of 2006 adds up to tax increase

What the 2006 overhaul did to taxes in your school district

State investments failed to increase math scores

More errors uncovered in state’s flawed teacher evaluation report

Most teachers receive high marks in error-filled evaluation data

Legal fees rise as leaders revolve in Caldwell

State’s leadership premium report fraught with bad math

Teachers defend rejected science standards

Four-day school test scores are inconclusive — but troubling

An unproven experiment, involving 26,881 Idaho students

Most districts and charters break Idaho transparency laws

Superintendent: Evaluations altered to protect teacher privacy

Special report: Ed News uncovers flawed teacher evaluation data

Following the leadership premium dollars