Some legislators continue to raise questions about the Idaho Core Standards and how the state will assess them.
Rumors continue to swirl about who will jump into the race to serve as Idaho’s next Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Weather conditions in and around the Treasure Valley may have forced the closure and late start times for some valley school districts, but it did not keep the Idaho Coalition of Home Educators from meeting with lawmakers on Wednesday.
Rep. Marc Gibbs (R-Grace) introduced a proposal to members of the House Education Committee that would pave the way for some of Idaho’s smallest school districts and charter schools to hire the spouses of their board members.
Celebrate Valentine’s Day by attending a public hearing of the Joint Finance and Appropriations Committee from 8:00-10:30 on Friday, February 14.
The Senate Education Committee rejected a rule that updates some of Idaho’s initial teacher certification standards.