A blogger with Education Week floated the idea Monday.
Alyson Klein said the Idaho state schools superintendent could land the job as education secretary, if Romney wins the November election.
You can read Klein's full post by clicking here, or just cut to the chase and see what she had to say about Luna. The blip brings up the infamous, and unresolved, vandalism incident during the bitter 2011 debate over his Students Come First education overhaul:
"Luna, who is on Romney's team of education advisors, worked in the department during President George W. Bush's administration, and currently serves as the president of the bipartisan Council of Chief State School Officers. And given Romney's dissing of the teacher's unions, Luna's got anti-union street cred to spare — his tires were slashed last year when he tried to raise class size and put merit pay in place."
Luna, of course, will have his own hands full in Idaho this fall, as the fate of the three Students Come First laws are decided in a series of statewide referenda. But speculation about Luna's future could add a little more intrigue to what should already be the biggest election on the Idaho ballot.