TeachIdaho is a professional development organization for teachers, whose goal is to bring teachers together via informal social gatherings and on-line interactions in order to collaborate, share and learn from each other.
The Idaho Technology Council’s mission is to become the premiere member-driven technology association dedicated to fostering the growth of technology companies in the state of Idaho, primarily in the areas of information technology, agriscience and energy. The ITC provides a valuable forum for industry, research, investors, government and educators throughout the state. It advocates for a strong technology ecosystem and a high quality, high-paid workforce.
Idaho School Boards Association
The Idaho School Boards Association (ISBA) is a non-profit, service organization providing policy services, legislative advocacy, leadership support and quality, cost-efficient board training to association members. Representing more than 500 locally elected school board members throughout Idaho, ISBA strives to improve public education for all Idahoans through the continued development of community leaders.
Idaho Association of School Administrators
The IASA’s mission is to unify the voice of Idaho’s educational leaders by leading, advocating and partnerships. Our organization provides opportunities for networking, professional learning and legislative advocacy. Together with the Idaho Leads Project, the IASA’s goals of lead, advocate and partner can be founded by uniting Idaho’s educators.
Idaho Business Coalition for Education Excellence
Idaho Business for Education is a not-for-profit organization comprising business leaders who share a common goal — better education in Idaho. IBE members from around Idaho are committed to ensuring that today’s students are ready for tomorrow’s jobs.
Idaho Association of Commerce and Industry
The Idaho Association of Commerce and Industry is an influential force in Idaho politics. IACI represents every facet of business and industry in the state; often called the voice of business. Education has become a priority for IACI because an education system resulting in an educated workforce will create a productive, well-trained work force, enhancing the state’s economic vitality. Business has a stake not only in the process and delivery of education, but in the quality of educators participating in the education system.
Idaho Voices for Children
Idaho Voices for Children resolves problems facing Idaho’s children in the areas of health, education, safety and family economic security. We build coalitions, engage on a wide variety of issues that cover the well-being of the total child and we search for solutions that can be supported regardless of ideology. IVC works toward all children arriving at adulthood ready to succeed as individuals, in families, and in the workforce.
“At Idaho Voices for Children, our vision is to create an environment where all children have the opportunity to achieve their full potential. This vision works perfectly alongside Idaho Leads Project’s determination to help all students succeed. We work to elevate children as a policy priority; Idaho Leads is working to make sure children are given valuable education resources to prepare them for the rest of their lives.”
— LeAnn Simmons, executive director of Idaho Voices for Children