BOISE — An Idaho Falls lawmaker introduced a bill Friday to give parents more information about what is being offered in sex education programs and put more limits on what guest instructors can do.

BOISE — A local lawmaker is proposing a bill to require taxing districts seeking a supplemental property tax levy to include the predicted cost to a taxpayer on the ballot.

BOISE — As she pitched her request for an 8 percent boost in state funding for schools next year to state lawmakers on Thursday, Idaho schools Superintendent Sherri Ybarra said, “Human capital is our most important asset. … The largest increases are for salaries.”

BOISE — While there aren’t any surprises in Idaho State University’s proposed budget for next year, there are some things in the budget proposal that will affect the university.

BOISE — Legislative budget writers heard from Idaho’s newest community college Monday morning.

Shelley School District 60’s Board of Trustees has selected Chad Williams as the district’s superintendent. He will replace outgoing superintendent Bryan Jolley, who announced his retirement in November, effective June 30.

BOISE — While the number of high school students who have been getting Opportunity Scholarships has increased, the number of adults benefiting from the program has been lower than policymakers expected when they extended eligibility last year.

The Teton School District called the Teton County Sheriff’s Office on Thursday, Dec. 20 to report a possible fraud. School district officials reported that an employee of the district office had sent $784,833.71 to a fraudulent account accessed through the school district’s email account, ac…