Title V-B: Rural Education
Rural Schools, as defined by Idaho Code §33-319, are schools that have fewer than 20 enrolled students per square mile, or school districts within a county that contain less than 25,000 residents. While there are a number of challenges rural schools face, there are federal programs such as the Small Rural School Achievement (SRSA) Program and the Rural and Low-Income School (RLIS) Program to help Local Education Agencies (LEAs) and State Education Agencies (SEAs) provide financial assistance to meet their needs.
Four-Day School Week
- List of Idaho School Districts and Charter Schools on a Four-Day Week
- Review of a Four-Day School Week
Rural and Low-Income School Program (RLIS)
Small Rural School Achievement Program (SRSA)
Frequently Asked Questions
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