RIDE Advisory Group Seeks Input on K-12 Education


CHEYENNE — Governor Mark Gordon’s K-12 Education advisory group has launched a brief survey searching for enter and concepts from Wyoming residents on how one can create the perfect training system for the way forward for the state.

Announced in May 2021, the Reimagining and Innovating the Delivery of Education (RIDE) Advisory Group is tasked to review and develop suggestions for elevating Wyoming’s main and secondary training system right into a place of nationwide management. Its membership contains impartial volunteers with an curiosity in Wyoming’s training system. Key to that effort is studying extra about what households, communities and companies anticipate from the state’s instructional system.

“We want to hear from everyone who cares about Wyoming’s K-12 education system – parents, students, educators and employers,” Governor Gordon mentioned. “We need their opinions about what it’s we’d like our colleges to have the ability to ship for our college students.

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Community listening periods are deliberate for late spring and summer time throughout the state. Additional data on the RIDE Advisory Group, and a hyperlink to the survey could be discovered on the group’s web site. 

“There is more to examine about our education system than just its cost,” the Governor added. “That is what I would like the RIDE group to look at, and a key component of that effort is gathering input from Wyomingites.”

To take the survey, please go to