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  1. Frankie said, on March 6, 2014 at 12:21

    Quotes Chimp’ll finish our discussion of auto insurance in the next chapter, where we cover the reforms we believe are necessary in the auto insurance industry itself and within each state’s regu´┐Żlatory process if rates are to be permanently stabilized.

  2. Lisajohnson said, on November 5, 2013 at 19:59

    Great Column and right on. The task force that Superintendent Luna finally ageerd to at the public’s insistence included a list of teachers,tech support personnel and others across the state who were responsible for making certain that the propositions before the people were suited to Idaho residents and their resources. When Tom Luna brought in Jeb Bush and former Governor Wise as his first act in charging the task force with that responsibility, however, the process was skewed in favor of the laws by the lobbying efforts of these two prominent figures whose major interests lie with tech companies, online education investment, and the national reforms that are being forced on states throughout the country. It is easy for the U.S. Dept. of Education to do so because states that are hurting for funding accept the same Luna/Otter cloned reforms tied to stimulus money that is being parsed out through Race to the Top. Apparently they think letting someone else dictate the terms of reform is worth it. Luna persisted in the reform agenda after the RTTT funds to support them didn’t materialize. Bush and Wise are also staunchly entrenched in the neoliberal ideology of small government and a privatized education system just like Governor Otter and Tom Luna. Judging from this past experience, it seems clear to me that Idahoans have to choose a Governor and Education Superintendent who can serve as objective leaders whose true interests lie in finding the best way to bring reforms without consideration of outside influences and agendas. Without such a person,further attempts to involve a large cross section of stakeholders in education reform will once again fail. Each school district can decide best how to use state funds for digital learning upgrades and will do them better. A leader who fights for stable funding instead of promoting systematic cuts would be essential.

  3. mobile said, on October 16, 2013 at 01:32

    You make things so clear. Thanks for taking the time!

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