Wyo. education board requests 2 more years to enact reforms

Wyoming State Board of Education members on Tuesday recommended to the legislature's Select Committee on Statewide Education Accountability to push back the deadline two years to enact a series of education reforms. Board members told lawmakers that local school districts and the state do not have the funds to ensure the reform measures -- such as new assessments and teacher evaluations -- are in place by the 2013-14 school year as required under the current plan and suggested a 2015-16 deadline instead.

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