2006 Press Releases

December

SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE FOR HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS

November

BOARD ENDORSES NEED BASED SCHOLARSHIP PLAN

BOARD TO MEET IN POCATELLO

IDAHO LAUNCHES NEW TOOL FOR IMPROVING STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT

HISTORICAL SOCIETY DIRECTOR RESIGNS

BOARD APPROVES RULES TO GO TO LEGISLATURE

October

BOARD TO HOLD SPECIAL MEETING

GEAR UP DIRECTOR HIRED

BOARD VOTES TO EXPAND DEAF/BLIND STUDENT SERVICES

BOARD MEETS AT LEWIS-CLARK STATE COLLEGE

HEARING DATE SET FOR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS PROPOSAL

September

QWEST DONATES $25,000 TO IMPROVE STANDARDS

August

STUDENTS RECIEVE $1,500 SCHOLARSHIP

SPRING ISAT RESULTS RELEASED

BOARD REFINES HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION REQUIREMENT

IDAHO RECEIVES $18 MILLION GRANT FOR SCHOLARSHIPS, ACADEMIC COUNSELING

BOARD TO MEET IN IDAHO FALLS

June

BOARD NAMES DEPUTY DIRECTOR

STUDENTS CAN GET MORE FINANCIAL AID

BOARD TO MEET IN TWIN FALLS

STATE BOARD ANNOUNCES NEW ISAT VENDOR

May

STATE BOARD ANNOUNCES 'PROMISE A' SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS

BOARD CREATES COMMUNITY COLLEGE SUBCOMMITTEE

AGIDIUS REAPPOINTED TO STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION

April

BOARD ANNOUNCES WORKING GROUP TO EVALUATE DEAF/BLIND EDUCATION

BOARD APPROVES MODEST STUDENT TUITION INCREASES

BOARD TO SET STUDENT TUITION AND FEES

OPRAH TO TALK ABOUT HIGH SCHOOL REFORM

March

UNIVERSITY PLACE LITIGATION SETTLED

BOARD APPOINTS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

STATE BOARD SUPPORTS COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMPROMISE BILL

February

STATE BOARD MEETS THURSDAY IN BOISE

DR. ARTHUR VAILAS NAMED PRESIDENT OF IDAHO STATE UNIVERSITY

STATE BOARD TO NAME ISU PRESIDENT ON WEDNESDAY

NEW STATEWIDE TEST FOR LIMITED ENGLISH PROFICIENT STUDENTS BEGINS

STATE BOARD OFFERS SCHOLARSHIPS FOR HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS

January

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION APPROVES TEMPORARY RESOLUTION OF OUTSTANDING LOANS

ISU PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES TO VISIT IDAHO

STATE BOARD ANNOUNCES ISU PRESIDENTIAL FINALISTS

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