Skip Oppenheimer, founding chairman of Idaho Business for Education, says Idaho is now making big strides toward better education. “That is pretty encouraging in a state that has a legislature that sometimes is a little tough to nudge around things like investment in education,” he says.
Skip Oppenheimer, founding chairman of Idaho Business for Education, says Idaho is now making big strides toward better education. “That is pretty encouraging in a state that has a legislature that sometimes is a little tough to nudge around things like investment in education,” he says. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
Skip Oppenheimer, founding chairman of Idaho Business for Education, says Idaho is now making big strides toward better education. “That is pretty encouraging in a state that has a legislature that sometimes is a little tough to nudge around things like investment in education,” he says. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

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