Bill Introduced To Allow Recall Of Board Members

January 1986
Education Week;1/8/1986, Vol. 5 Issue 17, p3
The article focuses on the proposal of Jerry Evans, Idaho superintendent of instruction, that aim to allow voter recall for school board members who were facing accusations in the state. According to the author, Evans had called for lawmakers to take action on the issue facing school board members. The author adds that under the proposed bill, charges will be heard in a district court and they will be the one who will decide on the case.


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