The University of Idaho is partnering with local high schools in an effort to increase the state's college go-on rate, which is one of…
On Wednesday, Nov. 15, Boise State University President Bob Kustra announced his retirement at the end of this school year.
It's an age-old debate in the Gem State: Should students in the public school system be required to receive vaccines before entering the classroom?
Working with a rural, mixed-race middle school, university researchers are evaluating a new bullying bystander intervention they hope to…
According to the Better Business Bureau, scammers are using student debt to try to steal money from college students and…
Reuseum Educational, a local non-profit that provides learning opportunities in STEM for children, received a generous contribution Monday, Nov. 6.
Students in grades K-12 have begun using the new devices in class, after Gem County voters approved funding for the technology.
At the University of Idaho's McCall Outdoor Science School, both elementary students and graduate students gain an appreciation for nature.
From roof repairs to security system upgrades, district leaders say Caldwell schools are in need of major improvements.
A group of high school students from Pathways in Education (PIE) Charter School in Nampa will travel to Cuba on a 10-day cultural immersion…
Idaho Education News takes a closer look at Idaho's teacher shortage, and the Department of Education's war on bullying.
Boise State University marked the opening Tuesday of its new Honors College and Sawtooth Hall with a dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Officials with Northwest Nazarene University have announced the school is dropping its “Crusader” mascot.
Nampa High School students got a behind-the-scenes experience at Gowen Field Friday, Oct. 13, ahead of this weekend's airshow.
Third-graders at Boise's Whitney Elementary School were gifted with dictionaries Thursday, Oct. 12, thanks to the Boise Rotary Club.