House Restores $30 Million to Schools

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(BOISE, ID)  —  The Idaho House of Representatives has approved a bill that would restore $30 million in funding to public schools. The measure would fix a mid-year funding cut that would’ve come after voters rejected Superintendent Tom Luna’s education reforms. The restored funds will go toward salaries for new teachers along with technology upgrades. The measure now heads to the Senate for debate.

 

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