State Rep. Gayann De Mordaunt, R-Eagle, has introduced a bill to make computer science courses available to all Idaho high school students. Computer science skills are an essential part of preparing students for the 21st century economy. In this brief video Rep. DeMordaunt explains her bill and why it’s important. [embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-9f4rEb4ZM[/embedyt]
This tax relief is a big step in Republicans’ ongoing efforts to maintain fiscal discipline and low taxes for the people of Idaho.
Feb. 22, 2018 In the discussion over new science standards for Idaho schools, accuracy and the full set of facts have been an unfortunate casualty. We’ve written before about some (not all) misleading coverage of the state House Education Committee’s vote on the standards, which would apply to public school students from kindergarten through high…
State Rep. Julie VanOrden, R-Pingree, wants to get some things straight: Republicans didn’t vote this week to gut science teaching standards for Idaho schools, nor did they strip the standards of all references to climate change.
Republicans in the state Legislature announced a Regulatory Reform Joint Subcommittee to focus on the rules and regulations of state licensing boards and look at ways to streamline them.