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One-Room Alumni

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A Small Brotherhood Story and Photos by James Roberts The sign in the lodge’s restaurant at Lowman said, “COVID-19 Free Since 1937.” I wondered if that was because most of the wild animals on the walls were wearing
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A School and a Virus

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Turning Impossible into “I’m Possible” By John Carlisle Photos courtesy of Wilder Elementary School At the beginning of the 2019-20 school year, a student came to Wilder Elementary who did not speak English. Having to learn a new
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Back to First Grade

Posted on by Diana Braskich / Comments Off on Back to First Grade

What’s It Like Now? By Diana Braskich Photos Courtesy of Ramsey Magnet School of Science My daughter, age seven, started first grade this fall. Technically, Lila was born in Spokane. I was born and raised in Coeur d’Alene,
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Falling in Love with History

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For Idaho Students, an Annual Ritual Four hundred and twenty-eight of Idaho’s most distinguished young scholars and historians gathered on April 6 at The College of Idaho in Caldwell for an exhibition and contest called National History Day
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Pi and I

Posted on by Les Tanner / Comments Off on Pi and I

One Slow Winter By Les Tanner A Boise television station’s evening newscast last March contained a short piece about the efforts of the Mathematics Club at The College of Idaho to set a record for possible entry into
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A New Breed of Teacher

Posted on by Mike Turnlund / Comments Off on A New Breed of Teacher

The Credential: Expertise By Mike Turnlund Photos Courtesy of Clark Fork Jr./Snr. High School The bright, well-lit gym of Clark Fork Jr/Sr High School is empty except for a handful of students grouped near a single teacher. The
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The Learning Track

Posted on by Mike Turnlund / Comments Off on The Learning Track

A Tiny School Does “Something Crazy” By Mike Turnlund Photos courtesy of Clark Fork Junior-Senior High School Bonner County in northern Idaho still has not fully recovered from the Great Recession of December 2007 to June 2009, and
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