Idaho’s much-discussed “60 percent goal” won’t go away. But it will probably look different. A gubernatorial task force started its final formal meeting Friday by pushing back the timetable — and pushing the reset button on the “60 percent” message. The new target date: Have 60 percent of Idaho’s 25- to 34-year-olds hold some form of postsecondary degree by 2025. The new message: The 60 percent goal supports a bigger objective. It should help Idahoans survive and thrive in a changing economy.

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