Idaho’s ill-fated $61.5 million Schoolnet experiment is all but over. Now, school districts can choose a substitute: an instructional management system designed to help teachers tailor their lesson plans around students’ strengths and weaknesses. It’s a big decision for district officials — albeit one subsidized by state dollars. And for education vendors, it’s a market opportunity. Here’s a look at what’s at stake for students, districts, vendors and taxpayers/Kevin Richert, IDEDNews.org. More here.