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Twin Falls, Idaho (KMVT-TV) "We’re just out here to try to make a statement that you know these propositions are not the direction for Idaho. They’re not going to help us to do better in the classroom," said Darin Gonzalez, teacher.
Those opposing Propositions one, two and three lined the corners of Blue Lakes Boulevard North and Pole Line Road Saturday.
Gonzalez believes reform needs to be made to Idaho's education system, but the propositions passed during the last legislative system are not the way to do it.
He would like to see more emphasis on educating our youngest students not just those in high school.