A concurrent resolution calling for more study of a proposed high school curriculum redesign, and then addressing it legislatively next year rather than this year, was introduced today in the House Ways & Means Committee, according to S-R reporter Meghann Cuniff. Rep. Larry Bradford, who sponsored the resolution along with Rep. Jana Kemp, told the committee that a survey of school superintendents around the state didn’t necessarily show they found the plan unworkable: “They just felt like we were being rushed into it,” Bradford said.
Betsy Z. Russell covers Idaho news from The Spokesman-Review's bureau in Boise.
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