Third time’s a charm.
This morning, Idaho Reports producer Seth Ogilvie ran into Rep. Ryan Kerby, R-New Plymouth, a member of the House Education Committee and a vocal opponent of the original career ladder proposals.
Kerby told Ogilvie he’s comfortable with the new career ladder bill, which was introduced Thursday morning. (Read the run-down by Idaho Ed News here.) Kerby said he likes the changes, and the framework is looking good.
“I’m very comfortable that the details will get worked out,” Kerby said.
How about the view from the Senate? Watch Friday’s Idaho Reports for my interview on the career ladder, teacher shortages and more with Senate Education Committee chairman Dean Mortimer and committee member Sen. Janie Ward-Engelking. (Spoiler alert: It’s looking pretty good for this career ladder proposal.)