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New Ideas for a New Era of Public Education In Idaho – Discussion with Dr. Paul T. Hill

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In late January, Idaho law- and policy-makers and education stakeholders joined Bluum for a special dinner and discussion about new ideas for a new era of public education in Idaho. After Terry Ryan welcomed our distinguished guests, Idaho Charter School Network‘s President, Bill Russel, took a moment to present two lawmakers with the Champions for Charters Award. Sen. Lori Den…

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Innovation in American Education – Discussion with Checker Finn

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Idaho lawmakers, policymakers, school leaders, and education stakeholders joined Bluum for a special dinner presentation about the improvements and ongoing challenges in education over the last quarter-century and what the future holds for students in Idaho and the nation. Our goal was to stimulate discussion around the challenges of the past, the lessons learned from across the country in school improvement…

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Duo to Create Dream School in Idaho

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by Andrew Reed, Idaho Ed News rad Petersen never considered a career in teaching — not as a child, not in high school and not in college. He was geared to embark on a law career, but detoured to a path in education. He’s now creating his dream school. “I’m committed to making the most successful school in Idaho and the…

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Introducing Idaho’s New Education Entrepreneurs

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by Wendy Sand, Guest Contributor Innovation is in high demand. Consumers expect it of businesses. Businesses seek it out in their employees. And as we raise and cultivate the next generation of thinkers, it makes sense that we should also demand it of our educational system. This requires leadership that is not content with the status quo. That actively seeks…

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Analysis Finds Large Gaps in Charter Schools’ Access to Facilities

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Today, education nonprofit Bellwether Education Partners released an analysis of Idaho’s public charter school facilities landscape. The report analyzes data from a new survey of twenty-six Idaho charter school leaders.

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The Go-On Rate Debate: A Culture Of Low Expectations

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This post first appeared on Idaho Education News | By Angel Gonzales I am going to offer up what may be an unpopular opinion, Idaho’s 60 percent go-on rate goal is low, really low. I think about the goals that I would set for my children. I don’t want to see 40 percent of my children be unprepared for attaining…

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A Place for Valuable Networking, Idea-sharing and Dreaming

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A great opportunity for “collaboration, idea-sharing and dreaming.” This is what a room full of Idaho’s most innovative education leaders said about a recent gathering to discuss innovation and autonomy. Bluum partnered with Education Northwest to convene a group of school leaders and superintendents from public district, public charter, and private and parochial schools to define innovation and inspire action. Leaders…

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Nonprofit Releases Report On Hispanic Parents

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Idaho nonprofit organization Bluum released a new report Wednesday with insights from Hispanic parents in southern and eastern Idaho about their children’s education.

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Five Trends Pushing Change in Idaho Education

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There are five major trends driving education change in Idaho. These trends already impact the state’s 320,000 plus public school students, and are sure to drive the conversation and debates around public education in coming years.

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Parents’ Guide To Idaho’s School And Learning Choices

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By Terry Ryan and Suzanne Metzgar We’ve created this Parents Guide Idaho’s School And Learning Choices to empower parents! We want to provide a resource that defines your options and offers ideas for how best to take advantage of these for your child(ren). We believe that providing information about Idaho’s many — and growing — learning options can help parents…

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