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Rural Education Needs Innovators to Thrive

Rural Idaho is undergoing significant demographic change. The state’s rural population is aging and seeing more of its younger residents migrate to the state’s population centers and beyond for employment and education. Idaho is a microcosm of trends playing out across large swaths of the American interior. According to 2014 Census data, nearly 60 percent more »

RAD Show Challenges Student Performers to Say No to Drugs

From Idaho Press Tribune May 15, 2015 In 1991, local author and composer Bette Moore put together a RAD Show — a show that challenged kids to win the Race Against Drugs. The RAD Show has been performed for televised anti-drug campaigns, at the Humanitarian Hall of Fame with the Harlem Globe Trotters, at a more »

Victory Charter School Jazz Choir Wins Second

From Idaho Press Tribune May 10, 2015 Victory Charter School’s choir program impresses Victory Charter’s high school vocal jazz choir earned second place in its division at the Columbia Basin College Jazz Unlimited festival on April 18! On top of that, students Christopher Duggan, Joseph Miller and Robyn O’Donahue earned Outstanding Musicianship Awards for vocal more »