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Educators are rethinking the SBAC test. Is it because of the lawsuit challenge by Attorney Chirst Troupis and the grass roots groups, or have administrators finally come to their senses?
Once again the Editorial Board of the Idaho Statesman does what is best for them and not the people who keep them in business.
The West Ada School district (Meridian, Star, Eagle) is asking voters to approve another operational levy on November 3.
At a meeting I attended recently some fine ‘real’ conservative Republicans were speaking about how sorry some Democrats in the community are, touting big government and its endless wonderful programs being so good for us.
How many words and terms have changed to work your world against you? What did Gay used to mean? How about a new cliché’; The new Normal? Some how does it not fit? Illegal Aliens, now undocumented workers? How about Illegal immigrants? Refuges are now Migrants.
Approximately ten years ago when the Idaho Charter School Commission was formed, a commission member was also an active foundation member of K12, Inc. If that member had resigned from K12, Inc., there would not have been a “conflict of interest.”
While many of us are enjoying a wonderful fall, bureaucrats and lobbyists are busy drafting more rules, fees and regulations that they hope will slip by without much citizen input or opposition.
“The secret of freedom lies in educating people, whereas the secret of tyranny is in keeping them ignorant.” ― Maximilien Robespierre
One of the most devastating attacks of World War II by the allies was the raid on Dresden, Germany. It happened on February 13th & 14th, 1945.
What led to America becoming the greatest country in the history of the world for individual rights and economic freedom?
Sustainability and Certification Scams National and Idaho forest lands are governed by federal laws, the United States Forest Service (USFS), and the Idaho Forest Practice Act (IFPA).