A Wyoming legislative committee is in no rush to re-visit the controversy over who should run the State Department of Education.
Joint Education Committee members asked that a bill be drafted to restore all powers to State Superintendent Cindy Hill after the Supreme Court ruled that the legislature erred in taking away her ability to oversee K through 12 education in the state.
An effort to enhance graduation requirements has failed. Lingle Republican Matt Teeters, who chairs the House Education Committee, offered a bill that would have added some graduation requirements for those in high school.
“This bill would suggest that we would have four years of math and four years of science added to those requirements. Just the fact that of having that student enrolled in those extra classes their senior year, prevents that institutional loss that we see when seniors take their senior year off.”