Top Speech-Language Pathology Schools in Idaho

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Speech-Language Pathology Schools in Idaho

Population

The proportion of whites was 93.5% in 2014, that of blacks 0.8%, others 5.7%.

Economy

Agriculture was replaced as the main branch of the economy by industry in the 1990s. The irrigated areas on the Snake River are the most important cultivation areas, especially potatoes (Idaho accounts for a quarter of the potato cultivation area in the USA), otherwise sugar beets, vegetables and fodder crops; furthermore livestock farming. The mountain forests provide wood. The mineral resources include silver, lead, zinc, molybdenum and tungsten ore, and phosphate in the southeast. Energy is generated on the Snake River. Major industries: electronics and computer accessories, chemical, food, wood processing and fertilizer industries. The mountain region is important for tourism.

History

Idaho, probably first visited by M. Lewis and W. Clark in 1805 (Lewis and Clark Expedition), came into the possession of the USA in 1846 as part of the Oregon area, which was also claimed by Great Britain. More populated after gold discoveries from 1860 onwards, Idaho was organized as an independent territory in 1863 (since 1864 within the present boundaries) and on July 3, 1890, became the 43rd state in the Union.

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Rankings Speech-Language Pathology Programs
1 Idaho State University
Communication Sciences & Disorders, and Education of the Deaf
Address: 650 Memorial Drive, Building 68, Pocatello, ID 83209-8116
Phone: (208) 282-4196
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.isu.edu/departments/spchpath/

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