Luna Defends Education Reforms

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0  Updated at 11:25 pm, April 27th, 2011 By: Managing Editor
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(POCATELLO) – State Superintendent Tom Luna was in Pocatello yesterday as part of a forum to discuss education reform. Luna fielded questions ranging from merit pay to laptops. Meanwhile several protesters opted out of the discussion by picketing the event. Pocatello High School teacher Wendy Shelman told Local News 8 that she’s willing to work with the reforms. Meanwhile Edahow kindergarten teacher Teena Marley is part of a union-backed lawsuit to challenge the reforms in court.



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