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At the heart of the issue is the need to have 60 percent of our workers hold a postsecondary credential, so they qualify for one of the thousands of jobs employers need to fill.A supermajority of Idahoans says the state should put money into pre-kindergarten programs, according to new statewide polling data.The Livability Report is designed to act as an ongoing benchmark on livability and checking progress in key initiative areas.The report seeks to give Boise citizens better insight into how their city government balances differing priorities, what criteria is used to make key decisions and how defined goals help guide the city’s growth. A select number of tickets are available for purchase for premium bleacher seats for the elimination rounds on Friday, June 15 and the final rounds on Saturday, June 16. Sign up for 'In the Know' our new weekly e-newsletter.
READ MORE February 28, 2018 – Idaho Ed by Clark Corbin With Chairwoman Julie Van Orden controlling the swing vote, the House Education Committee voted to advance a private school scholarship bill Wednesday. John Vander Woude, R-Nampa, House Bill 590 would create a new scholarship that certain students could use for tuition at a private schools, private online schools, tutoring facilities, or to pay for standardized tests and more.
READ MORE March 15, 2018 – Idaho Ed by Kevin Richert Despite aggressive efforts at the state level, Idaho’s college go-on rate didn’t budge in 2017.
Only 45 percent of high school graduates enrolled in college in the fall. In 2015, 46 percent of high school graduates went straight to college.
Seventy-six percent of voters and 80 percent of parents of children 5 and younger support state-funding for pre-K, according to the poll unveiled Wednesday by the Association for the Education of Young Children, an early education advocacy group.
Idaho is among only a handful of states that does not fund pre-K, and the idea has run into stiff resistance at the Statehouse.