Annually, the college and university presidents make their way to Boise to make a pitch for additional funding. This week is typically dubbed “Education Week” at the Capitol.
In commemoration of Idaho Human Rights Day, we leave you with this quotation from Martin Luther King Jr
The legislation, introduced by Rep. Linden Bateman (R-Idaho Falls) would provide an award to a public school teacher in the lawmaker’s legislative district for “outstanding service to the public schools.”
Usually by the end of the second week of the legislative session, the education committees have essentially completed their review of education rules and lawmakers begin focusing on writing, printing, and debating legislative bills.
Proponents and opponents of the Idaho Core Standards are set to meet on Wednesday, January 22, 2014 from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. in the Lincoln Auditorium in the Senate West Wing (WW02) of the State Capitol.
His bill would allow for legislators to honor one teacher from every legislative district each year for an award for extraordinary teaching.