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Life after high school

In “Life After High School: Options And Outcomes for Idaho Graduates,” Idaho Education News takes an in-depth look at the state’s “60 percent goal.” Why is Idaho still struggling to convince high school graduates to continue their education? We look at the policies that shape this issue — and talk to students about their plans  and the personal decisions.

PART ONE: After five years and $100 million, Idaho remains far from its ’60 percent goal’

PART TWO: A defining decision — five high school students talk about their plans

PART THREE: As Idaho tries to sell the value of college, the sticker price keeps rising

PART FOUR: It will take even more time and money to reach Idaho’s ’60 percent goal’