Wyoming Governor: RIDE Advisory Group to Lead K-12 Education

CHEYENNE, WY (STL.News) Governor Mark Gordon has announced the membership of his K-12 Education advisory group, setting in motion an effort to lead Wyoming’s education system into the future.

The Reimagining and Innovating the Delivery of Education (RIDE) Advisory Group is tasked to study and develop recommendations for elevating Wyoming’s primary and secondary education system into a position of national leadership.

“Wyoming’s future is intertwined with education.  If we don’t provide a world-class education system, we will be challenged to stay competitive in a changing world and retain the families that make up both the fabric of our communities and the heart of our workforce,” Governor Gordon said.  “Answering that challenge is more than just a funding question.”

“My goal is to identify strategies encouraging innovation and student-centric, life-long learning,” he added.  “Our students must be well-informed citizens capable of adapting to, and thriving in, ever-changing work, social, civic and economic environments.”

The Governor noted that K-12 education is more than just the State providing funding. He has asked the group to examine and identify what our families, communities and businesses expect from the educational system.

The group will include the following members:

State Representative Evan Simpson
State Senator R.J.

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