Idaho Teacher Careers
Idaho is a small state in terms of population, with 1.6 million residents recorded in the 2010 census. Like all states it has experienced gravitation among its populace to the urban centers for employment opportunities, although the energy and mining industries still employ significant numbers of residents in the rural areas. Teaching in Idaho has gone through a series of cycles; the state lost student population through the 1970s and 1980s but in recent years has seen a resurgence in enrollment as there has been a significant influx of people moving in from other states. Boise has become a commercial and industrial center with a school population taking on urban characteristics. The Idaho State Department of Education has kept up with the changes in educational focus with such programs as the Idaho Science & Aerospace Scholarship program and the founding, in 2007, of the Educational Alliance of Idaho.
Education and Teaching Schools
Since 1949, Grand Canyon University has been a premier private university in Arizona, helping students find their purpose and achieve their potential.
Kaplan University is focused on recognizing the achievements of military and veteran students and offers the flexibility of an online education.
Earn your graduate degree online with Northcentral University.
Abilene Christian University is a national leader in Christian higher education and a place where students, faculty, staff and alumni make a real difference in the world.
Liberty University provides a world-class education with a solid Christian foundation, equipping men and women with the values, knowledge, and skills essential for success in every aspect of life.
NU has been educating leaders since 1934 at our campus near Seattle. If you have a dream, we can help make it possible.