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Idaho Education Board reviews veterans program-ISU renovation

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BOISE, Idaho (KIFI/KIDK) - Each of Idaho's more than 100,000 veterans could be eligible for an average of 9 general education college credits when enrolling in one of Idaho's public secondary institutions. It helps find college credit for specialized training they received in the service.

Nearly 200 college and university faculty members are helping to refine the Idaho State Board of Education's military "crosswalk." The program aligns training elements with requirements for college-level math, English, science, oral communication, sciences, and arts and humanities.

The program will be offered beginning in the fall of 2020.

In other business this week, the Board approved a request from Idaho State University to spend up to $7.4 million to renovate Davis Field.

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