Building Hope is a non-profit organization based in Washington, D.C. that works to close the educational achievement gap by giving students access to high quality public charter schools. Building Hope supports the expansion of successful charter school organizations with the capacity to grow their enrollments in order to catalyze change across the public education system.
The J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Foundation is a private, family foundation, committed to the vision of limitless learning for all Idahoans. To move toward their vision, the Foundation invests pro-actively in large-scale initiatives. The three focus areas are 1) Career Readiness; 2) Learning Choices; and 3) Leadership Investments.
Teach for America‘s mission is to build the movement to eliminate educational inequity by developing committed leaders in the classroom who will continue to fight for student success. In Fall 2014, TFA began operations in Idaho to work towards bringing high quality corps members into the Gem State
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Idaho Education Resources
The Idaho Core Standards are essential to creating an education system that prepares our young people for success in school, work, and life. The Core Standards raise the bar for what Idaho’s students learn in math and English, giving them the ability to think critically, absorb information, draw conclusions and communicate orally and in writing.
The Idaho Public Charter School Commission ensures PCSC authorized public charter schools’ compliance with Idaho statute and protects student and public interests by balancing high standards of accountability with respect for the autonomy of public charter schools.
The Idaho State Department of Education is responsible for managing K-12 public education in the State of Idaho.
Idaho Education News‘s new data center, Idaho Ed Trends, allows you to look at Idaho education data in a consolidated and user-friendly system. Idaho Ed Trends complies the publicly available data from Idaho State Department of Education, Idaho State Board of Education, National Center for Education Statistics and National Student Clearing House.
The HUB is a professional development resource for Idaho Educators and beyond. The website provides educators opportunities to learn and lead with webpage and video resources. The HUB also provides a place where educators can work together, collaborate, and share ideas to increase professional growth for all teachers in Idaho.
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The Northwest Professional Educators is a professional association of educators. Their focus is on what is best for the students and for their education. They welcome educators of any education entity including teachers, support staff, and administrators.