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I am searching for additional participants for my dissertation. My topic is on the value and effectiveness of Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR)/Community Based Rehabilitation Services (CBRS) as a school-based mental health service.

I am needing Idaho general education teachers (k-12th) who had a PSR/CBRS worker in their classroom during the 2019-2020 school year prior to COVID closures. Even if you are a middle/high school teacher and only had a worker for one class period per day you still qualify as a participant.

I am conducting individual interviews via Zoom, which are taking approximately 30-45 minutes to complete. I am also looking for participants for a focus group, which will take place via Zoom.

My dissertation topic and data collection are approved through the Institutional Review Board for Grand Canyon University where I attend. I also have the approval to request participants through public Facebook sites/pages.

If you are interested in interviewing with me please send a message to me directly or email me at [email protected]

Thank you,
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Trump, Donnie Jr. calls teachers losers that indoctrinate children from birth.
I had a great visit with Senator Fred Martin from District 15 - he has seen the working recommendation from the judiciary committee, but they are under the impression that this is only concerning doctors and pharma and the dispensing of meds. He told me he did reach out to the IEA (and I hope that it is true)... bottom line, WRITE YOUR SENATORS AND REPRESENTATIVES! they are not fully aware of the potential ramifications of this piece of legislation - as a former teacher, Senator Martin is very teacher and education mindful.... He assured me that he would be in contact early next week to discuss the Joint Education Committee mtg 8/14 and the Judiciary meeting next Monday. Please don't think your voice won't matter!
Ok fellow teachers! Let's talk about something sorta fun! I am doing my annual back to school "I'm gonna be so organized this year" shopping. The ONE thing I hate about our profession is all the junk we seem to need to take back and forth {laptops, iPads, papers for grading, student files (sped). Not to mention the regular stuff like keys, wallet, phone, water bottle (because we all know this will be the only way we get to drink anything besides at lunch), and lunch}. I really don't like the whole taking multiple bags to and from work (minimalist at heart), so I have a few questions. What do you do to streamline what you take back and forth to work into as few things to carry as possible? And what are your favorite "Teacher Bags"?
Genuine question: at what point do we say “enough” and strike? If not now, when? Our government has voiced no gratitude after a remarkable pivot in March and Districts feeding families for extended periods in this hard time. Instead, they cut nearly 100 million dollars and then announce that the state doesn’t even need to access their rainy day funds. And then, they want us to step into the pandemic and “make it work” while our numbers our skyrocketing?

What is being done to truly speak up for our safety and respect?
So many questions about reopening!!
What, specifically, is the district doing to protect staff against infection?
If a teacher tests positive and/or has been exposed and has to isolate for 14+ days, will those days be deducted from their personal sick leave? Or will the district cover those days?
If a staff member contracts COVID from a student and ends up needing hospitalization, will the district cover the employee’s medical bills?
If a staff member develops long-term health complications due to a school-acquired COVID infection, can they sue the district?
Would catching COVID at school be considered a workplace injury, covered by workman’s comp?
If a teacher tests positive, do all his/her students need to isolate for 14 days? And vice versa- if one of our students tests positive, do the staff also need to isolate?
What happens if a student who tests positive has a sibling who attends school in another building?
If a parent tests positive and still sends his/her kids to school, what will be done?
If a teacher refuses to work due to health concerns, is their job protected? Will they be allowed to deliver instruction remotely?
Are teachers going to be required to offer full in-class AND online instruction? Is 100% of the in-class material to be made available online, and vice versa? If so, how will staff be compensated for their time?
Can individual teachers mandate that students wear masks in their classroom, just as we can say no food, no phones, etc?
Will the district be providing masks for staff and students? Hand sanitizer? Disinfectant sprays and wipes?
What happens when there are not enough subs to cover classes for teachers who are required to stay home?
How do teachers effectively distance themselves from students when there are 25+ students in the classroom?
How do we enforce social distancing between students in our classroom (how do we keep everyone 6 feet apart) when there are 25+ students in one room? What will be done with students who refuse to comply?
What will the procedure be for disinfecting rooms between classes?
What will be done to prevent students from congregating in common spaces such as the cafeteria, hall, gym, restrooms, etc.?
THE WORD FOR TODAY IS PROPAGANDA----This post is for all new homeschool teachers, middle and high school students, college students, millenniums, baby boomers and retired people over sixty-six. As a retired vocational education teacher, I can advise and empathize with some of you. Parents you were your child’s first and most effective teacher for six- years, welcome back to teaching. You now have a lap top computer that weighs about five pounds to replace that heavy 50-pound set of encyclopedia or trips to the library. Some of you didn’t like all your children’s teachers in the first place (smile). Like me, your children’s teachers (though we are not treated or paid that way) are professionals. Call them to help you teach your children. I encourage the other groups to take some time to watch the news on TV. I watch TRUMP break all the rules by using his press conference as a campaign rally every day to further his propaganda. As all good teachers do, I will give you an explanation of the word propaganda for the younger ones and for those who forgot. Propaganda is telling others the same old lies over and over until they believe it. Like the story your Uncle Billy Bob tells about how long and how big that fish was he caught or Aunt CC’s story about how many points she averaged as a high school basketball star. Have you ever watched your team be down by 30 points with 2 minutes left in the 4th quarter and your cheerleaders dance and shout, we are number one? Vice-president Pence is a boring and very low-key cheerleader. I have never seen him dancing and waving his hands in the air as he praises TRUMP over and over at, his press conference/ rally but he like TRUMP is full of propaganda. Some of you will register and vote in 11 years and others have never registered or voted. To educate yourself, please take 2 hours each day during lockdown, to listen to TRUMP and then research to see if he is telling the truth or spreading propaganda/lies. Why should you care what he is saying or doing? It is because your life is on the line. To date, over 24,000 in the U.S. have died from coronavirus. Do you know any of them? TRUMP said in February he ordered 167 million masks needed in all hospitals to protect the medical staff and all other hospital workers and patients. His statement was a lie, propaganda, he did not order the mask until March 24, 2020. If you didn’t learn anything today, you were not listening class dismissed!!! P.S I bet many of you wished the head cook in your family had taken Home Economics when they were in high school (smile). I hope and pray the education administrators and school boards bring back home economics, carpentry, auto mechanic, bricklaying and other vocational classes. Yes, us “good” teachers love and pray for our students (smile). The minimum wage is $7.25 an hour, Congress is trying to raise it to $15.00. Those vocational training jobs pay 2 to 3 times more than what most of your children are paid now. Will you parents encourage your children to take them? One of TRUMP’S biggest lie was when he said we will have enough test kits to test all of us. They have tested less of 1% of us taxpayers. TRUMP’S family has been tested twice. How many people in your family have been tested?
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Question: Is IEA leadership considering canceling DA this year due to Coronavirus concerns? Or conducting it online?

The IEA advocates for the professional and personal well-being of Idaho public school employees and the vision of a great public school for every child.

IEA Core Values

Public Education: Preserving the foundation of democracy

Justice: Upholding fair and equitable treatment for all

Unity: Standing together for our common cause

Integrity: Stating what we believe and living up to it

IEA members are actively involved in their communities, inside and out of school. The IEA Children's Fund has provided nearly $1 million in assistance to Idaho publi

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09/10/2021

IEA President Layne McInelly and Executive Director Paul Stark were guests of Kevin Richert on the weekly podcast from Idaho Education News. Hear what Layne and Paul had to say about issues ranging from the budget surplus to teacher retention to learning/working environments amid the COVID pandemic.https://soundcloud.com/idaho-education-news #IDedu

IEA President Layne McInelly and Executive Director Paul Stark were guests of Kevin Richert on the weekly podcast from Idaho Education News. Hear what Layne and Paul had to say about issues ranging from the budget surplus to teacher retention to learning/working environments amid the COVID pandemic.https://soundcloud.com/idaho-education-news #IDedu

Ybarra asks for school funding increase to pay for full-day kindergarten 09/08/2021

Ybarra asks for school funding increase to pay for full-day kindergarten

First step in the budgeting process for Idaho public schools. Superintendent's budget proposal call for an 8.5% overall increase, including funding for full-day Kindergarten, much-needed bumps for support staff, and additional funding for the Career Ladder. There are some encouraging signs here, but remember that Idaho is sitting on a $1.4 BILLION surplus, so the opportunity is there for a game-changing commitment to our students and schools. #IDedu https://www.idahoednews.org/news/ybarra-asks-for-school-funding-increase-to-pay-for-all-day-kindergarten/?fbclid=IwAR3Z-vHpFEBRE0ipPxmiVyEMYwH_Uyv3CFclJF38GxwPdUgx_yOcokAdjgI

Ybarra asks for school funding increase to pay for full-day kindergarten The 8.5% proposed budget increase in state tax dollars would also pay for expansion on the teacher salary career ladder and boost district operational funding.

Photos from Idaho Education Association's post 09/07/2021

IEA President Layne McInelly and Executive Director Paul Stark joined Kevin Richert for this week's podcast on Idaho Education News. The podcast is scheduled to be posted Friday. Hear what Layne and Paul had to say about topics like the budget surplus, class sizes, and the political distractions that get in the way of supporting schools and students.

08/26/2021

Congratulations to Twin Falls School District teacher and Idaho Education Association member Peggy Hoy on being named recipient of a national 2022 NEA Foundation Award for Teaching Excellence!

Winners "represent educators from across the country who embody excellence in their practice, advocacy for the profession, commitment to equity and opportunity, community engagement, and leadership in professional development."

Congratulations to Twin Falls School District teacher and Idaho Education Association member Peggy Hoy on being named recipient of a national 2022 NEA Foundation Award for Teaching Excellence!

Winners "represent educators from across the country who embody excellence in their practice, advocacy for the profession, commitment to equity and opportunity, community engagement, and leadership in professional development."

Classroom Organizing: Out with the Old 08/24/2021

Classroom Organizing: Out with the Old

More helpful hints from our Tips and Techniques for Educators series. IEA member Katie Tunca shares ideas for minimizing chaos and keeping your classroom organized. #ieareporter #askaneducator https://idahoea.org/news/classroom-organizing-out-with-the-old/

Classroom Organizing: Out with the Old Last year was rough on every teacher. I hope that you have been able to step away from your classroom and recharge in a way that was meaningful to you. If you were like most educators, organization was not in the forefront of the brain while trying to meet the teaching challenges of the last…

Member Spotlight: Natalie MacLachlan 08/21/2021

Member Spotlight: Natalie MacLachlan

Our latest Member Spotlight features West Ada EA member Natalie MacLachlan, who does great work as a theater teacher. Oh, and she is also running for the legislature to advocate for students and professional educators. #askaneducator #IEAREPORTER https://idahoea.org/news/member-spotlight-natalie-maclachlan/

Member Spotlight: Natalie MacLachlan   Passionate educator, involved member, and legislative candidate. All of these accurately describe IEA and West Ada Education Association member Natalie MacLachlan. But there is so much more beyond these roles that give insight into what drives her to be so engaged for her students, her colleagues...

The Basics of Differentiation 08/20/2021

The Basics of Differentiation

More from the IEA REPORTER that will be hitting mailboxes next week. IEA member Karen Lauritzen from Post Falls shares some tips and techniques for optimizing differentiated instruction. Every child learns differently, so educators need to be ready to adjust. #askaneducator #IEAREPORTER https://idahoea.org/news/the-basics-of-differentiation/

The Basics of Differentiation Why Differentiation? Differentiation within our classrooms is more important now than ever. Each year, our students arrive in classrooms with a wide variety of needs and strengths. These differences have been intensified with the changes of the past few years. So, how do we meet the needs of all our...

A New Year Filled with Excitement and Optimism 08/20/2021

A New Year Filled with Excitement and Optimism

Cover story for the Fall IEA REPORTER focuses on the emotions and anticipation of our member-educators for the new school year. Yes, 2021 is unique in many respects, but the excitement of educators in meeting new students and collaborating with colleagues is universal. Look for the print version of the REPORTER in mailboxes next week. #IEA #askaneducator https://idahoea.org/news/a-new-year-filled-with-excitement-and-optimism/

A New Year Filled with Excitement and Optimism Perhaps more than any time in recent memory, the annual rite of passage that sees professional educators and students returning to classrooms is filled with excitement and possibilities. Students get to meet new teachers, reconnect with friends, and embark on an exciting journey of knowledge-gatheri...

08/19/2021

Back to school time brings opportunities for current IEA members to share their stories about how membership in the IEA helps them become better educators, assists in career advancement, and gives them a voice on policies that benefit their students and their profession.

At an event in West Ada, WAEA Vice President Carmi Scheller provided insight and information for potential members. Similar back to school meetings are happening in locals across the state.

Back to school time brings opportunities for current IEA members to share their stories about how membership in the IEA helps them become better educators, assists in career advancement, and gives them a voice on policies that benefit their students and their profession.

At an event in West Ada, WAEA Vice President Carmi Scheller provided insight and information for potential members. Similar back to school meetings are happening in locals across the state.

Labor shortage continues as schools prepare to reopen 08/18/2021

Labor shortage continues as schools prepare to reopen

We foreshadowed this development in an op-ed a couple of months ago. Improved pay in other industries, insufficient COVID safety protocols, and other factors are leading to shortages in support staff in many school districts. #IDedu #askaneducator https://www.kivitv.com/news/education/making-the-grade/labor-shortage-continues-as-schools-prepare-to-reopen

Labor shortage continues as schools prepare to reopen As schools across the country prep to welcome students back to class, they're struggling to fill a variety of open positions--including bus drivers.

Idaho's budget surplus swells to $1.4 billion 08/16/2021

Idaho's budget surplus swells to $1.4 billion

Idaho's budget surplus has now reached $1.4 BILLION. It's long past time to invest in our schools, students, and professional educators. We are tired of winning the race to the bottom in supporting education. #IDedu #idleg https://apnews.com/article/business-health-coronavirus-pandemic-idaho-d07abe01e32f3d162b36e9999201df10

Idaho's budget surplus swells to $1.4 billion BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Idaho’s budget surplus is up to $1.4 billion, state officials said Friday. The state Division of Financial Management said it based the increase on a revised general fund revenue forecast it does every August for the current fiscal year to account for current economic conditi...

08/13/2021

With the new school year underway or about to start around the state, the Idaho Education Association has issued the following statement about COVID-19 vaccines and safety protocols. Please stay healthy and have a wonderful year. #idedu #askaneducator #IEA

IEA members continue to recognize the value of in-person instruction for students and educators. With another dramatic increase in COVID-19 cases due to the Delta variant, it is also imperative that we protect the health of our students, staff, and communities. The best tools at our disposal to ensure that safe, in-person instruction can take place are vaccines and, at for the time being, face coverings. To that end, we encourage Idahoans to get vaccinated as soon as possible, and we urge local school boards to prioritize safety through face coverings and other protocols recommended by medical experts.

With the new school year underway or about to start around the state, the Idaho Education Association has issued the following statement about COVID-19 vaccines and safety protocols. Please stay healthy and have a wonderful year. #idedu #askaneducator #IEA

IEA members continue to recognize the value of in-person instruction for students and educators. With another dramatic increase in COVID-19 cases due to the Delta variant, it is also imperative that we protect the health of our students, staff, and communities. The best tools at our disposal to ensure that safe, in-person instruction can take place are vaccines and, at for the time being, face coverings. To that end, we encourage Idahoans to get vaccinated as soon as possible, and we urge local school boards to prioritize safety through face coverings and other protocols recommended by medical experts.

Photos from Idaho Education Association's post 08/11/2021

It was a Back to the Future trip for IEA President Layne McInelly, who visited members of the Teton Education Association yesterday. Layne is a Teton High School graduate, and reconnected with several former classmates--and the teacher who inspired him to become a professional educator, Sandra Balmforth. #askaneducator #IDedu

How much would it cost to fully staff mental health professionals in Idaho schools? 08/09/2021

How much would it cost to fully staff mental health professionals in Idaho schools?

Idaho doesn't have nearly enough school counselors, psychologists, social workers, or nurses. Those we do have are stretched too thin and diverted to other duties. Our students deserve better.

Sami Edge of Idaho Ed News crunches numbers on what it would cost to hire more personnel to meet the recommended ratios. Remember, Idaho is currently sitting on a $900 million budget surplus. #idedu #idleg https://www.idahoednews.org/news/how-much-would-it-cost-to-fully-staff-mental-health-professionals-in-idaho-schools/

How much would it cost to fully staff mental health professionals in Idaho schools? Idaho’s ratios of school counselors and psychologists per student are far below staffing levels recommended by national organizations.

Photos from Idaho Education Association's post 08/05/2021

This week the IEA Board of Directors came together from across the state, making the agenda was Governor Brad Little. Our voices are strongest when we unite. We unite to give our students the schools they deserve.

Photos from Idaho Education Association's post 07/30/2021

More IEA Summer Institute, Day 3. Here are a few of the trainers, we appreciate you and your expertise!

Photos from Idaho Education Association's post 07/29/2021

More Summer Institute sessions with our amazing members sharing their knowledge and expertise. A big thank you to Greg Felton, Sue Darden, Mandy Simpson, and all our presenters! #IEA #askaneducator

Photos from Idaho Education Association's post 07/28/2021

The 2021 IEA Summer Institute is underway with remarks from our keynote speaker, IEA member Dr. Sonia Galaviz. What does the Dalai Lama have to do with education and unions? If you are participating in this great virtual event, then you know the answer. #askaneducator #IEA

Idaho teachers union says part of state's $900 million budget surplus should go towards education 07/23/2021

Idaho teachers union says part of state's $900 million budget surplus should go towards education

With help from IEA President Layne McInelly, Brian Holmes from KTVB takes a look at how Idaho's record budget surplus should be used to invest in schools and students. #IDedu #idpol #askaneducator https://www.ktvb.com/article/news/local/208/idaho-teachers-union-says-states-budget-surplus-should-go-towards-education-last-nation-ranking-spending/277-5084d07b-a88e-4820-a416-2e619edb028c

Idaho teachers union says part of state's $900 million budget surplus should go towards education "We know that they (support staff) could walk across the street and work at a fast-food restaurant or Target and make more than they are in our school systems."

07/21/2021

IEA Statement on Idaho’s Record Budget Surplus

Idaho’s elected officials have a golden opportunity to finally address public school funding in a meaningful way.

The record budget surplus should be directed to Idaho’s public schools, which continue to be under-resourced in a state that willingly ranks last in per-student funding. The surplus can, and should, be used to address the many pressing needs of Idaho schools and communities.

• Class sizes and workloads. Idaho has the sixth-highest average class size in the nation, leading to educator burnout, overcrowded classrooms, and less one-on-one time between students and educators.

• Support staff. Additional investments would increase competitive pay so districts can hire much-needed support staff. Idaho needs to pay a living wage to custodial workers, bus drivers, paraeducators, nutrition staff, and substitute teachers or further risk losing valuable members of the education team to other jobs.

• Mental health support. Idaho schools are woefully short on counselors and psychologists at a time when students need support for mental and emotional health more than ever.

• College and career readiness. Idahoans believe we need to invest more in public education because it will pay off in attracting jobs, growing our economy, and achieving future prosperity. But too many schools lack the resources for staff with the specific skill set to help students plan for and achieve their goals.

• Facilities and technology. The surplus should be used to repair or replace the many school facilities that are outdated, obsolete, or unsafe.

• Property tax relief. Too many Idaho schools, especially in rural areas, are reliant on local levies and bonds, creating a burden on local taxpayers and inequities for students based on where they live.

Layne McInelly
President, Idaho Education Association

IEA Statement on Idaho’s Record Budget Surplus

Idaho’s elected officials have a golden opportunity to finally address public school funding in a meaningful way.

The record budget surplus should be directed to Idaho’s public schools, which continue to be under-resourced in a state that willingly ranks last in per-student funding. The surplus can, and should, be used to address the many pressing needs of Idaho schools and communities.

• Class sizes and workloads. Idaho has the sixth-highest average class size in the nation, leading to educator burnout, overcrowded classrooms, and less one-on-one time between students and educators.

• Support staff. Additional investments would increase competitive pay so districts can hire much-needed support staff. Idaho needs to pay a living wage to custodial workers, bus drivers, paraeducators, nutrition staff, and substitute teachers or further risk losing valuable members of the education team to other jobs.

• Mental health support. Idaho schools are woefully short on counselors and psychologists at a time when students need support for mental and emotional health more than ever.

• College and career readiness. Idahoans believe we need to invest more in public education because it will pay off in attracting jobs, growing our economy, and achieving future prosperity. But too many schools lack the resources for staff with the specific skill set to help students plan for and achieve their goals.

• Facilities and technology. The surplus should be used to repair or replace the many school facilities that are outdated, obsolete, or unsafe.

• Property tax relief. Too many Idaho schools, especially in rural areas, are reliant on local levies and bonds, creating a burden on local taxpayers and inequities for students based on where they live.

Layne McInelly
President, Idaho Education Association

Return local control to our communities and school boards 07/17/2021

Return local control to our communities and school boards

A must read from four highly regarded former district superintendents! They weigh in on the legislature's brazen and misguided power grab, the fallacy of "indoctrination", and the dangerous agenda of the Idaho Freedom Foundation. #idedu #idleg https://www.idahoednews.org/voices/return-local-control-to-our-communities-and-school-boards/

Return local control to our communities and school boards Stop giving credence to special interest groups trying to divide us.

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COVID-19 and School Buildings: A Doctor's Perspective
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Shutdown Stories: Uniue Insight from Educator-Parents
IEA Interview: School Reopening and the Digital Divide
Exclusive IEA REPORTER interview with Gov. Brad Little
IEA Interviews school counselors during the COVID-19 crisis.
IEA President, Layne McInelly interviewed by IEA Director of Communications, Dave Harbison

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