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Free classes at Spokane’s fingertips: City, County libraries offer thousands of online courses

Thousands of free online classes are at the fingertips of Spokane County residents, but many don’t know it.

UI to use grant to study online courses for rural teachers

Teachers in rural areas will be able to advance their math education through online courses and video coaching under a $2.8 million National Science Foundation grant awarded to the University …

Idaho ed board repeals online class obligation

BOISE – It was Idaho Superintendent of Schools Tom Luna himself who proposed Monday that the state Board of Education repeal the rule requiring that every Idaho student take at …

Idaho Board of Education examining how to proceed

BOISE – Nearly two weeks after Idaho voters turned aside the state’s controversial Students Come First education reforms, the Board of Education on Monday will decide whether to modify or …

Idaho Ed Board sets special meeting to repeal online grad requirement

The Idaho State Board of Education has set a special meeting for Monday, at which it could decide to repeal a rule requiring all Idaho students to take at least …

Idaho House votes to create online course list

BOISE — Lawmakers in the Idaho House have voted to provide students a repository of online courses to choose from when fulfilling their new graduation requirement.

Online class costs vary by district

BOISE – A quirk of Idaho’s new “Students Come First” school reform law means that online course providers will get far more state money for providing classes to students in …

Grant allows online academy to remove enrollment cap

BOISE – One state budget cut has been reversed, and just in time: A grant from the J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Foundation will let Idaho high school students take advanced …

Grant means one Idaho budget cut reversed

One state budget cut has just been reversed: The Idaho Digitial Learning Academy has received a $100,000 grant from the J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Foundation that’s allowing it to immediately …