(IDAHO FALLS) – State Superintendent Tom Luna was in east Idaho Friday to answer questions about education reform. Luna told Local News 8 that his biggest challenge has been dealing with those who refuse to implement the plan.
“The union said, I quote, ‘We don’t have any new ideas. It is time to raise taxes.’ So they had their opportunity, had their input on the budget proposal. And they yet today have still not brought ideas of their own,” said Luna.
Luna says he was glad to answer questions and encourages further inquiry for anyone.
Nate Sunderland, EastIdahoNews.com
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