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Idaho Distance Education Academy (I-DEA) is an Idaho free public charter school serving parents who want to school their children from home. Education through I-DEA is a partnership. Parents play a critical role in the education of their students and provide daily instructional support. Each student is partnered with a high-quality certified teacher who works with the parents to assist with the academic process from course selection, to assessments and academic support. The school provides families excellent online tools and technology support to ensure students have everything they need for success.
The school offers a multitude of advanced curriculum with flexible daily schedules to fit Idaho's families and offers a unique opportunity for students to take college courses tuition-free while in high school. Eighty percent of I-DEA students complete at least one college course before graduation, with 20% of those completing their 2-year college degree. (I-DEA serves students in grades K-12.) This is a not-for-profit school— only serving Idaho families.
|Resources:||Academic enrichment (academic classes, tutoring, testing, etc.)|
|Area served:||Idaho Statewide|
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