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  • Idaho gets $1.29M from feds to fight teen suicide

    BOISE — Idaho programs to reduce the state’s high suicide rate among young people are getting a financial boost from the federal government.


  • Social promotion puts students on rough path

    Despite failing nearly every class since the sixth grade, Tyler Thompson is now a freshman at a Sandpoint high school. When his mother questioned school administrators in two North Idaho …


  • Idaho requires credits to enter high school

    BOISE – The state will start keeping score in middle school, requiring students in seventh and eighth grades to complete at least 80 percent of their class credits before they …


  • Most Idaho schools hitting goals

    About two-thirds of the public schools in Idaho are hitting adequate yearly progress goals under the Federal No Child Left Behind Act, the state’s Education Department reported Monday. The department …


  • Coeur d’Alene, Post Falls schools fail to meet goals

    The state Department of Education says Idaho public schools are making progress under the federal No Child Left Behind Law compared to past years.

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