State school superintendent Tom Luna's attempt to make over Idaho public education — and the Nov. 6 referenda over his Students Come First laws — received Sunday coverage in the New York Times.
Not a whole lot of new ground here, but writer Kirk Johnson found some common ground between GOP Gov. Butch Otter and Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, a former chief of staff to President Barack Obama.
“I could empathize with Rahm and what he was going through,” Otter told the New York Times, referring to Chicago's recent teachers' strike. “It’s not the teachers. ... It’s the union bosses.”
Here's the link to the full New York Times article.