Idaho is focusing on the future and courting new business.

By David Hodes


According to Governor C.L. Butch Otter, the foundation that state legislators are building will advance the goal of ensuring that 60 percent of Idaho citizens between the ages of 25 and 34 have a college degree or professional-technical certification by 2020.


His 2016 budget includes $10.7 million to pay for intervention support for students in kindergarten through third grade who are not yet proficient on the state reading indicator. “That will improve the chances for more Idaho students to succeed through high school and beyond,” he explains.

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