Massie says if elected he will get rid of PAWS

Casper, Wy – The only Democratic Party candidate for Wyoming superintendent of public instruction says he intends to get rid of the state's unpopular student assessment testing program.
Mike Massie is a longtime state legislator from Laramie. Massie
spoke Saturday at the Wyoming Democratic State Convention in
Casper.
Massie says that if he's elected as superintendent, he plans to
take personal responsibility for the performance of the state's
school system. He also says he intends to travel the state to
encourage parents to get involved in their children's education.
Incumbent Republican Superintendent Jim McBride faces two
challengers for his party's nomination: educator Cindy Hill of
Cheyenne and Cheyenne schools superintendent Ted Adams.