Wyoming Department of Education is seeking input on health and physical education standards from the public
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - The Wyoming Department of Education is asking the public for input on public school health and physical education.
They are collecting information for their review of standards from the public and educators until the end of July.
The survey is part of an informal process conducted in a 9-year review cycle to provide information on potential revisions of procedures and methods of instruction.
Health and Physical Education are two of the ten sets of content standards valuations done for public education.
The other facets are E.L.A, Math, Science, Social Studies, Career and Vocational education, Computer Science, Foreign Languages and Fine and Performing Arts.
The State Board of Education will consider this data and move forward with any changes needed for any standards adoption.
The public virtual events will be on July 16th, July 19th and online surveys will be open to the public until July 28th.
“The main purpose of this is to have that opportunity for everyone to give input before adoption. So that there’s full opportunity for input to be actionable before it moves forward.”
The 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. MST on July 16, 2021 Zoom meetings, or dial +1-346-248-7799 (Meeting ID: 918 3470 4664).
or the 4:30-6 p.m. MST on July 19, 2021 Zoom meeting, or dial +1-346-248-7799 (Meeting ID: 984 4925 3310).
For further information check out the WDE website.
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