From a news release from KTVB in Boise:
The KTVB News Group will hold a live town hall Wednesday night centered on education reform in Idaho. Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Luna will appear during “Time for Reform? An Education Forum,” and will take direct questions from a panel of students, teachers, administrators and other stakeholders.
Luna's plan, known as Students Come First, is wide ranging and proposes a complete overhaul to the way education is funded in Idaho. It also makes a number of changes to instructional methods – including adding laptops to classes, eliminating some teaching positions and changing student-to-teacher ratios.
The town hall will air live at 7 p.m. Wednesday February 9th on KTVB 7.1 in Boise, KTFT 7.7 in Twin Falls and on KTVB.COM. The event is being held in prime time to give a wide audience access to information at a convenient time.
Moderated by Dee Sarton and Mark Johnson, the event will give stakeholders and members of the general public an opportunity to ask questions. KTVB is accepting questions via Twitter, on Facebook, and this contact form.