In The Classroom
Posted by Bill Roberts on September 8, 2015
Video provided by Northwest Nazarene University
Northwest Nazarene University is furnishing engineers to tech companies throughout the valley. Six of its former students are at Micron Technology, Inc. NNU has furnished graduates to D.C. Engineering in Meridian, American Semiconductor in Boise and other companies.
Getting those jobs could become a bit easier for NNU engineering grads now that five-year-old program is recognized through the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology. That means the program meets rigorous education standards and its student are eligible to take the engineering license exams in Idaho and elsewhere. School officials were notified of accreditation in August.
Posted by Bill Roberts on August 14, 2015
West Ada’s board dropped its testing director. Boise schools did the same thing eight years ago
Posted by Bill Roberts on July 22, 2015
An extended contract for the superintendent is akin to tenure, says Julie Madsen.
Posted by Bill Roberts on May 13, 2015
Election is set for May 19
Posted by Bill Roberts on April 7, 2015
Susan Williamson, the principal at William Howard Taft Elementary School in Boise for more than 15 years, was nicknamed the "red-haired tornado."
Posted by Bill Roberts on March 27, 2015
Students are raising funds to pay for the trip.