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State Employee Compensation and Turnover, January 2013

Idaho’s legislative Office of Performance Evaluations (OPE) conducted a survey of more than 17,000 classified and non-classified state employees. The survey showed that about one-fourth of the respondents were likely to leave their current employment within the next two years. OPE found that...


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Workforce Issues Affecting Public School Teachers, January 2013

The report by Idaho’s legislative Office of Performance Evaluations (OPE) was a first-of-its kind effort in recent years to gather and report the perspectives of all Idaho’s K-12 educators and administrators. OPE received input on teacher workforce needs and conditions from 2,486 teachers, 256...


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Guide to Comparing Business Tax Policies, June 2013

The report by Idaho’s legislative Office of Performance Evaluations (OPE) helps policymakers to navigate through complex tax policy issues by asking the right kinds of questions early in the legislative process and to more thoroughly understand how nontax factors play a part in forging...


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Reducing Barriers to Postsecondary Education, January 2012

Idaho’s legislative Office of Performance Evaluations recently issued an evaluation report on reducing barriers to postsecondary education. The report discusses access, readiness, and affordability as the three most common barriers. The State Board of Education has recently set a goal that 60...

Reducing Barriers to Postsecondary Education1.pdf


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Equity in Higher Education Funding, November 2011

Idaho’s legislative Office of Performance Evaluations recently issued an evaluation report on equity in higher education funding. The approach used to fund Idaho’s four-year higher education institutions has not worked to resolve stakeholder concerns about equity. Stakeholders have long...

OPE HiEd Report.pdf