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As dual credit grows in Idaho, will rural students get left behind?

June 1, 2018View for printing

Idaho is desperately trying to boost its college graduation rates, and meet the changing demands of employers.

Advanced opportunities is one of several state programs designed to help high school graduates continue their education.

Kevin Richert ... eft-behind/
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