American Education Week began in the post-World War I era, but its significance in celebrating the value of professional educators and highlighting important education issues is even more important today. The Idaho Education Association is proud to represent so many dedicated teachers and education support professional who have made a tangible difference in the lives…
John Goedde, Chairman of the Senate Education Committee and Reed DeMourdant, Chairman of the House Education Committee co-authored this opinion piece that was distributed to media outlets around the state.
In calling the recent K-12 budget proposal “unacceptable”, some members of the Idaho State Board of Education are tacitly “accepting” several consequences that, without a reinvestment in our public education system, will continue to stifle the growth and threaten the future prosperity of our state
Teresa Jackman of Pocatello was an IEA representative on the Governor’s Task Force
Gifted students in Idaho have seen programs discontinued, consolidated or marginalized as a result of the recent economic downturn.
Professional development combined with fun and fellowship this summer as the IEA hosted events at Cactus Pete’s in Jackpot and Templin’s Resort in Post Falls.