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The Governor’s Office Meets With Teachers Union To Talk Education Reform

Voters rejected Props 1, 2 and 3 last week, paving the way for new education reform talks between stakeholders and lawmakers. That process starts today with the Idaho Education Association and a top staffer to Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter. However, that meeting isn’t open to the public or media…

Since Idaho voters rejected the Students Come First education laws last week, both sides have spoken about the need to cooperate. A first step in that direction happens Wednesday. Idaho Governor Butch Otter – one of the chief bakers of the laws – has invited representatives from the state’s teachers union, the IEA to come to the capitol.

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