Washington, D-C –
A Wyoming U-S Senator disagrees with those who say No Child Left Behind won't work in a rural state. Mike Enzi is working with the department of Education on the rules that will accompany the law. He says the bill took Wyoming into consideration, and "now we need to make sure the rules themselves take into consideration Wyoming's rural nature.
Enzi says Wyoming's own school reform rules should dovetail nicely with what federal officials want.