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Wyoming Education Survey
Earlier this year, Congress replaced the "No Child Left Behind" education law with a new law known as the "Every Student Succeeds Act" (ESSA). ESSA now places a significant amount of control and authority over education policy away from the federal government and back in the hands of state education agencies.

As a result, the Wyoming Department of Education is working with the legislature and representatives from our local districts on aligning our statewide education accountability model to meet the new requirements of ESSA. We are seeking your input on how we can make our state statutes and accountability system work better for your goals and expectations for Wyoming's education system.

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Do you agree that the ultimate goal of our K-12 public school system is to ensure our kids graduate with the skills necessary to be responsible citizens and enter the workforce, military, or continue their education upon graduation?
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Do you agree that school district leaders and teachers should be held accountable for their students graduating and leaving high school ready for entering the workforce, military, or continued education?
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Should our state accountability system and education policies evaluate school performance using indicators that measure readiness for college, careers, and military service?
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What other measures and goals are important to you when evaluating the success of schools?
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As a taxpayer, what performance data are you most interested in receiving about your schools?
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