Richard Crandall

News
9:33 pm
Mon March 24, 2014

Board of Ed Opts To Delay Decision On Science Standards

The State Board of Education has decided to hold off on making any decisions about how to move forward with development of science standards. A footnote in the state budget bill that the governor signed earlier this month prohibits the Board from adopting, or even considering, a set of national standards that it had been reviewing for more than a year. Some legislators objected to the standards’ treatment of climate change and evolution.

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News
6:53 pm
Tue August 20, 2013

Wyoming's assessment system could use a tweak

Wyoming’s new Director of Education would like to make some changes to how the state uses assessment tests for students. 

Right now the tests take place in the spring and the results of those tests are not available until the fall.  Education Director Rich Crandall would like to speed that up, so that teachers can implement the results to better help students.

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Department of Education
6:32 pm
Wed June 26, 2013

Gov. Mead appoints AZ Sen. Crandall to head Wyoming Ed. Dept.

Gov. Matt Mead has appointed Arizona State Senator Richard Crandall to run the Wyoming Department of Education.

NEW ED DIRECTOR - Gov. Matt Mead has selected an Arizona state senator to run the Wyoming Education Department.

Mead late Wednesday afternoon announced his choice of Richard Crandall, who co-owns two nutritional service companies.

The Education Department has a budget of about $1 billion a year and employs about 150 people.

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