Now that the Students Come First laws have been rejected by Idaho voters, negotiations between the Twin Falls School District and teachers will begin anew.  Both sides will meet Friday night.  The Times News reports both parties agreed during the spring collective bargaining process that they’d meet again this school year if the education reform laws were overturned.  Eleven school district superintendents around southern Idaho say negotiations had not been reopened in their district. But several said they regularly talk with teachers union representatives. The Idaho Attorney General’s Office put out an opinion that continuing teacher contracts for this school year should remain in place “until amended, re-negotiated, or terminated.”