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Columbia High students return to school with issued computers

Columbia High School students returned to school equipped with laptop computers Monday Aug. 22, 2016 in Nampa. With money from a community supported levy, the Nampa School District is placing electronic devices in six schools this year in a personalized learning pilot program designed to integrate education with modern technology.

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Lending a hand to improve learning

Boise School District is looking to start a program similar to one in Vancouver, Wash., which provides assistance such as food, clothing and medical care, to needy families through the schools to help students become better learners

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Northwest Nazarene professor shares views on God, loses academic freedom

Northwest Nazarene University theology Professor Thomas Jay Oord doesn’t think of God the way a lot of Sunday church-goers do. As some Nazarenes pushed back against his views, Oord found a school administration and a church that did little to protect him. Following the Oord experience, the school is doing its own soul-searching on governance and religious freedom.

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Columbia High students return to school with issued computers

Columbia High School students returned to school equipped with laptop computers Monday Aug. 22, 2016 in Nampa. With money from a community supported levy, the Nampa School District is placing electronic devices in six schools this year in a personalized learning pilot program designed to integrate education with modern technology.
Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com
Columbia High students return to school with issued computers 1:08

Columbia High students return to school with issued computers

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Parents, kids get peek at new West Ada school

It's move-in day at Boise State University 3:08

It's move-in day at Boise State University

Lending a hand to improve learning 1:41

Lending a hand to improve learning