Idaho Gov. Brad Little signed House Bill 395 on Mar. 11

Idaho Gov. Brad Little signed House Bill 395 on March 11, officially amending Idaho Code and allowing Lewis-Clark State College to offer graduate level coursework. Little was flanked behind his desk by LC State President Cynthia Pemberton, Sen. Dan Johnson of Lewiston, Sen. Carl Crabtree of Grangeville, Rep. Paul Amador of Coeur d’Alene, and Reps. Mike Kingsley and Thyra Stevenson of Lewiston. The amendment has the potential to help address an industry need, and removes a barrier for LC State and the Idaho State Board of Education to answer future needs. Like undergraduate offerings, all graduate coursework offered by the college will require the approval of the state board.

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