Idaho voters reject expansion of education technology

11/7/2012 | Education Week

Voters in Idaho on Tuesday struck down an expansion of online learning proposed by state superintendent Tom Luna. Along with two other education referendums, a majority of voters opposed requirements that all students and teachers have laptop computers and make online or blended-learning courses a high-school graduation requirement. The state legislature still could move forward to enact such laws.

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