BOISE -- There's a new effort to recall Idaho Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Luna.
Pete Peterson, a former independent candidate for governor, is leading this year's effort.
A recall of Luna requires 158,000 valid signatures. Last year, recall supporters got 53,000 signatures.
They're unhappy with Luna over the "Students Come First" education reform laws, which include increased classroom technology, limits on collective bargaining and performance-based teacher pay.
"I personally find him a little arrogant and disconnected when he ignored the vast outcry of people who were opposed to his three proposals," said Peterson.
"Opponents of the law have continued to try to make it personal and about one person, but it's always been about all students across Idaho and giving all students more opportunities," said Melissa McGrath, Idaho Department of Education.
Referenda on all three of the "Students Come First" laws are on the November ballot.