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BYU-Idaho will host its annual Education Week event from August 1-3,2013. This campus-wide event provides participants, children, youth and adults, with an opportunity to expand their knowledge on a vMichael Allred teaches a class for youth, ages 14-18, at Education Week.Education Week youth classes focus on missionary preparation, family history, and other gospel related topics.Education Week youth classes focus on missionary preparation, family history, and other gospel related topics.Over 2,000 participants attend Education Week each year.Dr. Victor Ludlow and his wife V-ann Ludlow host a traditional Jewish Passover Seder as part of BYU-Idaho Education Week.Dr. Victor Ludlow and his wife V-ann Ludlow host a traditional Jewish Passover Seder as part of BYU-Idaho Education Week.Education Week participants outside the BYU-Idaho Center.Education Week Devotional speaker Elder Paul V. Johnson of the First Quorum of the Seventy.Elder L. Whitney Clayton of the First Quorum of the Seventy speaks at a Devotional held during BYU-Idaho's Education Week.President Kim B. Clark speaking at an Education Week Devotional.Education Week attendees listen attentively to a Devotional address.Education Week participants walking to class.Education Week participants have the opportunity to gain new friendships and strengthen existing ones. <br/>Pictured: Collette Davis, Terresa Henrie, Ruth Eldredge and Gaylet MenloveEducation Week participants can choose from over 100 classes to attend.Education Week participants outside the John Taylor Building.Education Week participants walking to the BYU-Idaho Center.Marvin Goldstein, assisted by Venessa Joy, presents &quot;The Power and Glory of Music,&quot; an Education Week class.Marvin Goldstein, assisted by Venessa Joy, presents &quot;The Power and Glory of Music,&quot; an Education Week class.Education Week participants listening attentively in class.

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