House Education Committee Chairman Lance Clow, R-Twin Falls, took a shot on the committee Friday morning, condemning its “partisan” membership and questioning why no members from both of the Legislature’s education committees are on the task force. A seek for progressive-slanted teachings has come under fire from some state education leaders in latest weeks. It’s additionally triggered a visual break up among Republican leaders, which has outlasted the legislative session. “On April 16, we acquired a request from the ISBA stating the significance of the entity that’s in command of the curriculum requirements have a seat on the desk. It is disappointing to learn that the group no longer needs to have a seat at the desk,” McGeachin wrote in a statement Friday afternoon.
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