A group of Wyoming school districts is requesting to meet with lawmakers this summer to resolve concerns about funding.
In March, the Legislature passed a budget cutting $36 million in K-12 funding over the next two years. That’s a cut of more than one percent.
The decrease was taken out of an adjustment for inflation known as the ‘external cost adjustment.’
Campbell County Superintendent Boyd Brown is one of 28 superintendents who signed a letter asking to be allowed to make their case before the Joint Education Interim Committee.