The Idaho Land Board approved transferring $22 million from an education reserve fund to the next Idaho public schools budget. That’s less than the $52.8 million requested by Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Luna. He said he’s happy to have some extra funds for schools, but said the Land Board left money on the table.
Luna spoke with reporters after the two-hour Land Board meeting Wednesday afternoon. IdahoReporter.com has video of Luna’s remarks.
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