Input on standards criticized

Area industries not included

A group seeking input for the state’s proposed computer-science standards for K-12 received criticism for not including local industry in conversations to create the standards.

The State Board of Education will host five meetings this week, with meetings in Green River, Buffalo, Meeteese and Douglas already taken place. The meetings are aimed to generate public input about the proposed 2019 Wyoming Computer Science Content and Performance Standards.

In 2018, the Wyoming Legislature passed Senate Enrolled Act 48, which requires districts to offer computer science in K-12 by the 2022-2023 s...


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