The website enables them to learn about college and career options, and apply for college and financial aid.
To date, just over 600 Idahoans have applied for the scholarship. The State Board wants to see that number double.
It is important that Levi Cavener and readers know the facts about why and how the standards were developed in the first place.
The State Board is proposing an outcomes-based funding model.
The State Board is committed to removing barriers and finding ways to make sure all students have access and understand the benefits of earning dual credits.