Posted Date: 09/15/2022
Despite some pushback, three proposed Wyoming charter schools won charter contracts Wednesday after approval from a state board. The schools can now enter into negotiations with the Wyoming Department of Education and the Office of State Lands and Investments for a final charter contract.
It’s the first time the State Loan and Investment Board — made up of Gov. Mark Gordon, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Brian Schroeder, Secretary of State Ed Buchanan, State Treasurer Curt Meier and State Auditor Kristi Racines — has granted charters. Before, only local school districts could do that.
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