Idaho’s nearly 3,000 foreign students add more than cultural diversity to Idaho. They also directly contributed $60.2 million to the state’s economy last year, according to the “Open Doors 2012“ report. The Institute of International Education, a New York nonprofit that promotes education and cultural exchange, issued the report in November. The U.S. Department of Commerce estimates ...
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Some have questioned if the goal of having 60 percent of Idaho high school graduates going on to some form of advanced degree or certificate is reasonable. To me the goal makes sense. While I agree that not everyone needs a formal college education, everyone can and should continue to learn. We all need to [...]
Espionage is popularly known as a clandestine practice whereby a country, organization or individual obtains secret information from another without permission. The practice of espionage has been the subject of many of our most memorable fictional novels, movies and television shows. Further, real reports of espionage continue to play out in the news media today, [...]