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Idaho Education Board Proposes Big Raise for Teachers

The State Board of Education wants to give Idaho teachers a big raise, but it's not a done deal, yet.  A couple years ago, the Governor's Task Force on Education, a bipartisan group of stakeholders from across the state, said Idaho was losing too many teachers to other states and professions with higher wages

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Men Are Getting Vasectomies To Watch More March Madness

So - this is crazy. March Madness is coming up and the brackets are being filled out as I write this...and men are getting vasectomies to watch more March Madness games.

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Universities Get More Time to Report Student Numbers

MOSCOW, Idaho (AP) — State education officials are giving Idaho universities and colleges more time to submit their student enrollment numbers, which have been calculated on the 10th day of each new semester for more than two decades

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Company that Preyed on Veterans to Pay Back States

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — A company that officials say preyed on veterans for their education benefits by steering them to for-profit colleges has agreed to pay $2.5 million to 20 states, including Idaho, and turn over its website to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Kentucky Attorney General Jack C

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Idaho College Graduation Increasing

Idaho ranks near the bottom, among U.S. states, for sending people to college and those students getting their degrees. Experts say that drags down the entire state's economy, but that could be changing. Every seat was filled at Taco Bell Arena on Saturday as Boise State University graduated the highest number of students ever. More than 2,400 degrees were handed out, which is a good sign, according to president of the State Board of Education, Ken Edmunds.

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Body Of Jerome Soldier To Return Friday

(AP) - Military officials say the body of U.S. Army soldier from Jerome will be turned over to his family at a private honorable transfer ceremony Friday at Magic Valley Regional Airport in Twin Falls. Twenty-seven-year-old Sgt. Daniel J. Brown died March 24 in Kandahar province, Afghanistan after he was injured when enemy forces attacked his unit with an improvised explosive device.

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More Students Seeking Dual Credits At CSI

The dual credit program at the College of Southern Idaho for high school students is gaining popularity every year.  According to the Times News, this year more than 1500 high school students are enrolled in the dual-credit classes.

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Top Story Podcast 8/2/11: Guaranteed Birth Control For Women, Steve Millington, Ken Edmunds

Top Story Podcast 8/2/11: First Hour - Birth Control for women...guaranteed, Steve Millington. Second hour - State Board Of Education member Ken Edmunds.

Looking for an older show? Check the Top Story Podcast Archive.

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CSI Will Spend Extra Money On Staff

When the state announced recently that Idaho’s junior colleges would be getting some extra money it came as somewhat of a surprise to many of the school officials. 

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Bill to Cut Higher Education Budget Clears Senate

The Idaho Senate has approved a higher education budget with a $7.6 million cut in state support. The Senate voted 28-7 along party lines to pass the budget for Idaho's public universities, which is up $19

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