Idaho schools chief Tom Luna will be in Twin Falls on Thursday for the Magic Valley leg of his post legislative tour. It is an event that happens every year after lawmakers leave the Capitol.  Teachers, district officials and administrators gather for a post-legislative wrap up. With the sweeping reform plan now law, Luna says there are a lot of questions that need to be answered. During the presentation Teachers and district leaders will be able to walk through the “Students Come First” plan, asking questions and finding out the next steps they need to take.  Luna says the biggest myth is that the public education system could have stayed the same.  He says with the revenue coming into the state there was no way around cuts. Luna's visit to twin falls will take place at the CSI Herrett center from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. Thursday. The event is geared toward educators and administrators.