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Nampa School District loses 151 teachers

A financially troubled school district in southwestern Idaho has lost 20 percent of its teachers in the past few months. Nampa School District Superintendent Pete Koehler said during a board meeting July 9 that 151 teachers have left since the ...

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Idaho State’s cadaver lab may attract doctors and cash (access required)

The planned Treasure Valley Anatomy and Physiology Lab in Meridian will be constructed for students, but business groups are anticipating the financial possibilities the high-tech venture affords. The 8,000-square-foot addition to Idaho State University’s Health Science Center is one of ...

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Study: 290,000 Idaho jobs to be available by 2020

Nearly 290,000 jobs will become available in Idaho by 2020, a new study says. Georgetown University’s Center for Education and the Workforce in a study released June 26 finds the fastest-growing occupations will be health care support, health care professional ...

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State council settles on first round of IGEM grants (access required)

Seven Idaho university research projects will share more than $800,000 in state grants that are the first of their kind under the Idaho Global Entrepreneurial Mission. Five of the seven projects are at the University of Idaho, with Boise State ...

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New Boise State art building will gather scattered department in one place (access required)

Boise State University plans to consolidate its art programs under one roof in a new building on campus. Conceptual design sketches of the 90,000-120,000-square-foot fine arts and humanities building on Capitol Boulevard next to the Business and Economics building will ...

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School district poised to sell two properties this year (access required)

The Boise School District will put two of its properties up for sale this summer. Eight acres of land at Cole and Fairview and 7.8 acres at Franklin and Orchard will be listed through a process referred to as a ...

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Venture College garnering interest from BSU students (access required)

Boise State University students have until April 12 to apply for Venture College, the university’s new non-credit program that will prepare students to launch businesses. Program director Kevin Learned said he’s received strong interest from students, some of whom might ...

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Burnett named interim president of U of I

The Idaho State Board of Education has named Donald Burnett as interim president of the University of Idaho. Burnett is the dean of the College of Law at the Moscow-based university. The board voted unanimously on March 27 to place ...

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Idaho lawmakers dump private school tax credits

A Senate panel ended hopes of private and religious schools that were pushing for Idaho to extend a tax break to people who donate to scholarships meant to defray the cost of tuition. The Local Government and Taxation Committee voted ...

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