The future of education is here, but the technology to access it isn’t equally accessible to everyone.
That is something outgoing Boise State University President Bob Kustra made clear at his final address Monday at the Stueckle Sky Center.
Kustra’s last day with the university, which he’s led since 2003, is June 30. He spoke to a full house at a Boise Metro Chamber event Monday.
The Idaho Press reports, Kustra’s address covered the challenges facing education and what steps he believes are necessary to move forward.
After Kustra steps down, Martin Schimpf, the standing provost and vice president, will begin as interim while the search for a new president continues.