Eye On Boise

Luna: ‘E-learning is a critical skill for the 21st Century’

State schools Superintendent Tom Luna, testifying in favor of the state Board of Education's online course rule, told the Senate Education Committee, "Education all across the country is changing for the betterment and focus on our students." He said his goal is that Idaho's high school graduates be prepared for college or the workforce and "not need remediation when they get there." Said Luna, "We must make sure Idaho students get the knowledge and the skills they need in K through 12 in order to be successful after high school. We know that online learning or e-learning is a critical skill for the 21st Century."




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