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Idaho Matters is the place on-air and online where folks with different views can talk with each other, exchange ideas, debate with respect and come away richer from the experience. We hope you'll engage with us! The best way to do that is by sending us a radio quality message using our free Boise State Public Radio app, available on Apple and Android devices. Tap the "Talk To Us" feature on the dropdown menu and send us your question, comment or story idea. Or, send us an email: idahomatters@b… Continue Reading >>
Idaho Matters is the place on-air and online where folks with different views can talk with each other, exchange ideas, debate with respect and come away richer from the experience. We hope you'll engage with us! The best way to do that is by sending us a radio quality message using our free Boise State Public Radio app, available on Apple and Android devices. Tap the "Talk To Us" feature on the dropdown menu and send us your question, comment or story idea. Or, send us an email: idahomatters@boisestate.edu. << Show Less
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The latest on Idaho's teacher shortage As the school year starts in Idaho, there aren't enough teachers to go around.
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Idaho Matters Doctors Roundtable: August 17, 2022 As kids head back to school we take a look at the new CDC guidelines and how they may affect transmission rates, as well as an update on Monkeypox and Polio.
The latest on Idaho's teacher shortage As the school year starts in Idaho, there aren't enough teachers to go around.
No more soccer games: climate change and your health The environmental impacts of climate change include our health and well being.
Get planting with Boise Urban Garden School One school in Boise is encouraging both kids and adults to dig, plant and grow.
Counting Chinook salmon from the sky Idaho Matters takes a trip to the Salmon River with a fish biologist.
Affordable housing out of reach in Idaho A new study corroborates what struggling Idahoans already know: affordable housing is hard to find in the Gem State.
What you need to know about Idaho's dandelions Are dandelions really that bad? We didn't think so until we heard from Idaho's Plant Doctor.
Classes in the Boise School District are back in session this week Its a busy time of year, especially for those getting ready to head back to the classroom! Our Morning Edition host George Prentice sat down with two Boise principals to talk about the upcoming school year.
Idaho Supreme Court won’t stop abortion laws while lawsuits continue A ruling by the Idaho Supreme Court Friday means the state’s abortion laws will go into effect while Planned Parenthood fights against them.
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