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Luna Can’t Escape Prop 1, 2, 3 Discussion
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Idaho public schools chief Tom Luna says he can't go anywhere without being grilled about his "Students Come First" laws limiting union bargaining, promoting merit pay and providing laptops for high school kids. Michael Lanza, the head of the &quo…
Reform Backers Refuse Disclosure of Donors
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A group promoting Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Luna's education overhaul ahead of the Nov. 6 vote refused again to disclose its donors and instead suggested it take back its money. Education Voters of Idaho's new lawyer, Christ Troupis, on Friday told Secretary of Sta…
Tough Test for Education Reforms
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A new poll of statewide voters shows Idaho's new education laws are facing a tough test at the ballot box next month. The Idaho Statesman poll released Sunday shows there is even lukewarm support for the three public school propositions among Republicans...
Prop 1,2,3 Supporters Catching Heat for Ad
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — An ad promoting Idaho education reforms recycles a three-year-old speech, using it out of context to bash those trying to repeal the changes on Nov. 6. The advertisement played Monday on the Internet and Idaho radio stations uses an excerpt from a 2009 speech by National Ed…