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Ed task force to vote up or down today on each subcommittee recommendation

The governor’s education stakeholders task force has convened this morning, to begin assembling its final recommendations to Gov. Butch Otter. Chairman Richard Westerberg told the group, “There’s been a considerable amount of work been done and we’ll see the fruits of that work the rest of today, and hopefully get it to the finish line with a set of recommendations that we can forward on to the governor.” First, he said, each of the task force’s subcommittees will meet for 30 minutes to work through their recommendations. Then, the full task force will reassemble at 9:45 and each subcommittee chair will present their panel’s recommendations. Task force members will ask “clarifying questions” on each proposal, and when they all understand  it, they’ll take a vote on whether or not to include it in their final recommendations for the governor.

“We’ll do that on each of the recommendations,” Westerberg said.


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Betsy Z. Russell covers Idaho news from The Spokesman-Review's bureau in Boise.

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