Most of the education conversation is about K-12 these days, but with a college education out of reach financially for most in our area, I have a suggestion.
This thought was triggered when I read of a program in Coeur d'Alene in which a student can take college credit courses while in high school up to within one credit of an associate degree.
I would like to see an optional 13th year added to our high schools with a fully funded degree program. With this head start, some of our brighter students can then attend Lewis and Clark for the final two years necessary for a degree, or even turn NIC into the top two grades, instead of the first two. Read more. Herb Huseland, Bay Views
What do you think of Herb's idea?