HB 0022 Passes Senate Committee of the Whole Today!
Today the Wyoming Senate Committee of the Whole voted to pass the bill,
, which will allow school districts to continue to develop and implement teacher evaluation systems, and will eliminate test scores from teacher evaluations.
Our work to influence the outcome of this bill is not over. Keep an eye on the bill,
- Teacher accountability,
as it advances and decision makers continue to make amendments.
Action in the House today
The following bills passed Second reading:
Virtual education agreements.
Common college transcript-implementation.
Postsecondary education and economic development.
School trust lands-studies.
K-3 reading assessment and intervention program.
Modernizing and balancing Wyoming's school funding streams.
- Repeal of gun free zones. did not get introduced in the house, died for lack of introduction.
There were no education bills on third reading in the House today.
There were no education bills on Committee of the Whole today.
Action in the Senate Today
These bills passed the Committee of the Whole today:
- Education accountability.
– State funded capital construction - This bill failed 0 - 30. This bill contained many enhancements for community colleges.
Tomorrow in Senate Education:
National board teacher certification.
School finance interfund loans.
K-12 foreign language requirement.
College entrance exam-written component