The 2011 Idaho Legislature ended Thursday with lawmakers dumping a rebate extension for alternative energy developers and passing the governor's plan to spur new jobs.  Lawmakers adjourned the session after 88 days that were dominated by a contentious plan to reform Idaho's public schools, deep cuts to state funding for Medicaid and conservatives who took on issues ranging from firearms on college campuses to abortion to changing the Republican primary so that only party faithful could vote.  The sweeping reforms to Idaho's schools, along with the cuts to health care for the poor and disabled, were the subject of hours of debate as lawmakers worked to fill a $92 million hole in the state budget for the upcoming fiscal year, which starts July 1.