Choosing a school is not an insignificant task. We’ve compiled a variety of resources to help you and your family take the guesswork out of education options in Idaho.
We believe that K-12 education should provide personalize opportunities to meet the needs, interests, and skills of individual students so that they can grow and succeed in college and beyond. We are so grateful to live and work in a state where families have an expanding number of options to choose the learning opportunities that best fit their child’s needs.
Creemos que la educacíon del Kinder hasta el grado 12 debe proveer oportunidades personalizadas para cumplir con las necesidades, los intereses y las habilidades de los estudientes individuales para que ellos puedan crecer y tener éxito en la universidad y más allá. Estamos tan agradecido de vivir y trabajar en un estado donde las familias tienen un número en expansión de opciones para escoger las oportunidades de aprendizaje que so las mejores para las necesidades de sus hijos.
You’ve got what it takes — you know your child best. But even superheroes need a team. We’re here to help you along the way — with simple actions to help your child reach his or her goals.
The early years are a time of remarkable brain growth in children and lay the foundation for subsequent learning and development. Up-front investments in quality care and early education translate into direct returns for the state, our communities and society as a whole. Idaho AEYC works to improve the quality of child care and raise awareness about the importance of early education. We achieve our mission through two primary methods: The Idaho STARS Project and READY! For Kindergarten & READ Up Projects.
Advanced Opportunities allow for students to individualize their high school learning plan and get a jump start on their future. These options include dual credit, technical competency credit, Advanced Placement, and International Baccalaureate programs.
Our collaboration with educators and employers paves the way for students to turn theses abilities and interests into the valuable professional-technical skills that will get them a job.
Step by step, grade by grade – learn how to plan and prepare for life beyond high school. Whether you’ve got your sights set on a four-year college, community college, a career technical program, or the military, we’re here to help—every step of the way. No matter where you are along the path to graduation, we’re here to make sure your next step is a cinch.
These computer-based tests, which students in grades three through eight and grade ten take each spring, were created to gauge each student’s performance as he or she develops—grade by grade—the skills he or she needs. Students can also take these tests in grades 9 and 11 at each district’s discretion.
This resource is a simple guide to reading and understanding the ISAT Student Score Report.
The skills and information our students are learning are meant to help them graduate ready to go on to college and a successful career. ISAT scores provide one gauge of students’ progress.
Idaho Ed Trends provides data in an easy-to-use format about K-12 public education in Idaho.
The information for this site comes from the most recent publicly available data from the Idaho State Department of Education, the National Center for Education Statistics, and the National Student Clearinghouse.
Idaho Ed Trends is housed and managed by Idaho Education News, a source for comprehensive journalism about public education policy and practice in Idaho.
The data rely on the same metrics and indicators used to assess state, district, school and student performance. Publically available content is free to all users and available for distribution so long as proper attribution is included and privacy of individuals is protected.