Take a Look at the Unofficial IEA Board Election Results

Unofficial results from the 10-day IEA Board of Directors election are in. Starting on May 6, IEA members cast ballots for 15 candidates running for a variety of statewide and regional seats on IEA’s board of directors. That election ended Monday evening. Each is a three-year term and the current board will consider certification of…

IEA-Endorsees Fair Relatively Well in Tuesday’s Primaries

Pro-public education candidates faired relatively well in Tuesday’s primary election, mostly beating back extreme opponents allied with the enemies of public schools. In races for statewide offices, most candidates endorsed by the IEA’s Political Action Committee for Educationwon their race and earned a spot on November’s general election ballot. Here’s a quick rundown of the…

34 Aspiring Educators Join IEA at U of I Event

Aspiring educators at the University of Idaho signed IEA’s member roster last week during an on-campus IEA event in Moscow. Caitlin Vasko, a political organizer with the IEA, and Lewiston-area IEA members Emmet Dougherty and Lindsey Smith spoke with education students in their 300-level special education class and university faculty. Students were asked to fill…

Working for You

Post Falls Street Clean-up Post Falls Education Association members and their families spent last Sunday sprucing up their adopted street — Seltic Way — for their annual street clean up event. Check it out!  

IEA Leaders Pitch School Districts on Funding Cooperation

IEA Executive Director Paul Stark details the Idaho Legislature’s constitutional obligation to adequately fund public education.   On Tuesday, Idaho school board officials and school administrators heard a pitch from two IEA leaders about collaborating to secure adequate funding for Idaho public schools. Paul Stark, IEA executive director, and Shane Reichert, IEA general counsel, spoke…