After five years and $100 million, Idaho remains far from its '60 percent goal'

December 13, 2017

Idaho has committed more than $100 million since 2013 to turn high school graduates into college students.

Now, thousands of high school students can earn free college credits. High schools can hire college and career counselors to work with students and parents. And more students receive scholarships to attend Idaho colleges.

But the money isn't doing the one thing it was supposed to do. Kevin Richert