Idaho as an exemplary model for innovative learning
We believe that learning can happen anywhere. We provide access to opportunities where all Idahoans can realize their full potential and thrive in today’s world. By growing high performing, fiscally responsible education models and exploring new and innovative approaches to learning, Idaho can become a model for quality education and make a significant difference for Idaho’s kids.
High-performing schools impacting communities throughout Idaho
New school seats created for Idaho kids
New school fellowships awarded to talented educational leaders in Idaho
Innovative Learning Stories
Summer school is never a cool idea, usually quite the opposite. But what if summer school could be different, innovative? What if a summer school could spark a desire to...
“This is not just about a curriculum, this is about forming good human beings,” said Steve Lambert, Founder and Executive Director of Treasure Valley Classical Academy (TVCA) in Fruitland, Idaho....
As the spring days grow warmer and the traditional school year wraps up there are many rituals. Some schools have field days, others hold proms, or talent shows, but another...
Elevate is an innovative school model that offers experiential and technical training in high-demand career fields with real-world applications, while also providing students with a supportive community and access to various services to meet their needs.
Whether you’re a shiny new freshman just out of high school or a middle-age parent eyeing a career change, Kevin Satterlee wants to make sure you are supported in your...
Island Park is a thriving charter school that serves local K-3 students. Both kids and families have been thrilled to be part of this special school made uniquely for them…and to have precious hours back in their day.
Through innovation and collaboration, RISE offers their community’s students not just a choice in education, but a chance to experience a better way to learn.
Through their dedication and excellence, Idaho Ed News has not only earned the respect of parents and educators but also of administrators and decision-makers.
Cardinal Academy is prioritizing education for teen and young adult parents, and partners with the Salvation Army’s Booth Young Parent Program which has been serving this population for 100 years
The J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Family Foundation is fully funding all-day kindergarten for more than 1,000 students in the Bluum network of public charter and private schools.