Jackson, Wy – A team of experts has been given the
go-ahead to spend 200-thousand dollars to start planning for a
proposed business school in Teton County.
The steering committee will have up to 945-thousand dollars to
spend this year developing academic content, establishing tuition
and finding a site or sites for the school.
The committee is in turn under the direction of a joint
legislative-executive oversight committee. It can't spend any money
without the oversight committee's approval.
The idea for the business school was unveiled during this year's
legislative session. The goal would be to draw upon the expertise
of retired executives living in Jackson Hole.