Brigham Young University has announced significant changes to its student housing program effective fall semester 2022. Beyond their first two semesters, BYU undergraduate, single students will no longer be required to live in BYU On-Campus or BYU Off-Campus Contracted Housing.
Sugar-Salem High School will be bolstering science at the school with the help of a grant from Rocky Mountain Power.
Madison School District #321 is receiving funding to help children in the district with behavioral health support and children whose education was disrupted during the COVID-19 pandemic. The district and its Madison Cares Program are receiving $80,000 from the Idaho Community Program Grant. …
Utah State University will be requiring a COVID-19 vaccine after a letter from the Utah Board of Higher Education sent Friday encouraged college presidents to consider the vaccine as a precondition for enrollment.
With COVID-19 cases soaring in Idaho and active case levels projected to be higher than last year, college students in Idaho are returning to campus with mask mandates once again.
The parent of a West Ada School District student went viral when she posted a TikTok video over the weekend criticizing teachers for a team-building exercise that the district posted a photo of on Facebook. The parent questioned how seriously teachers are treating the COVID-19 pandemic.
Randy Lords has obtained his dream job of Madison School District #321’s superintendent, but not the dream job of his 15-year-old self.
The Idaho Community Foundation allocated more than $350,000 in grants to educational programs in Idaho, including two grants awarded to South Fremont Junior High School and Sugar-Salem Junior High School.
In a news release sent to reporters last month, Idaho Education Association president Layne McInelly called on Gov. Brad Little to funnel a record $900 million surplus into education spending. The union wants smaller class sizes, less reliance on bonds and levies and, importantly, more menta…
Brigham Young University-Idaho President Henry J. Eyring is encouraging students to get a COVID-19 vaccination before the start of the fall semester.
As Idaho’s coronavirus case numbers surge again, vaccination numbers continue to lag.