In his State of the State speech Monday, Idaho Governor Butch Otter said education is his top legislative priority this year. The Republican’s budget proposal includes millions of dollars in new funding for K-through-12 schools.
But based on percentage, the increases Otter is requesting for higher education are even larger. The governor’s budget hints at some changing priorities in state government.
To get his take, our Scott Graf sat down with Boise State University President Bob Kustra.
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