actually, as an Idaho resident, I can tell you the news covered little on the subject of technology. The teachers were mainly objecting to other parts of the bill. The online classes for example wasn't an issue as much as the increased class sizes (higher student/teacher ratio) and removal of teachers. The bill would lead to loss of teaching jobs, and that caused most of the complaints, along with changes to the teacher's pay system. I don't know anyone who objected to the increase of technology itself other than general concerns of students having difficulty with online classes.
That being said, I didn't look into the bill enough to care about it one way or the other. I don't care for online classes myself as the only one I took was so poorly and cheaply done I spent more time thinking about how cheap they had to be to compress a 3kb gif image down to 1kb to where it was ugly to even notice, and audio with obvious hissing, then I did about the material itself. If current online classes are still done like that, I wouldn't be able to tolerate it at all, and not having the option of taking the class in a classroom or avoid the class altogether would have driven me mad