The birth rate is dropping, in Idaho and across the country. That adds up to increased competition for a shrinking pool of potential college students.
There are a lot of moving parts to consider when shutting down any school.
Gem Prep Twin Falls and Tamarack-based Mountain Community Charter School will use the money to help with startup costs.
The newly passed law contains more than $1 billion to address school safety.
The proposed rules make it clear that the protections outlined in the 50-year-old federal civil rights law known as Title IX apply to LGBTQ students.
Nick Swayne is executive director of a Virginia-based higher education collaborative, and a University of Idaho alum. The North Idaho College board hired him on a 3-2 vote.
“It’s a process that hasn’t been used in a long time, and hopefully won’t be used for a long time to come, but we are working to protect student and taxpayer interests as best we can,” one state charter school leader said.
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Transitioning from the old logo will take three-to-five years to minimize costs, according to the district.
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“We deserve action on issues that are important to today’s youth, such as climate change and the student mental health crisis,” says Shiva Rajbhandari, who is launching his candidacy Tuesday.