The Idaho Department of Education said Tuesday that Idaho’s criteria for special education eligibility needs revision in order to comply with federal law. That news came as no surprise to Decoding Dyslexia Idaho and education advocate Ashley Brittain, an attorney with The Brittain Group, who filed the federal complaint, after years of repeated attempts to…
The director is a state employee compensated with taxpayer dollars. The position pays $108,000 to $118,500 annually, according to the job listing.
The commission plans to interview three applicants during a Dec. 7 special meeting, with a decision expected by the end of the year.
School trustees want the hiring process for paraprofessionals and nurses updated, and they do not want schools to lose money in the new funding formula.