Education transparency bill dies in House committee
March 10, 2022
CHEYENNE —A bill pushing for instructional material transparency died Monday in the House Education Committee after educators testified it would be a burden.
Senate File 62 was brought forward by Sen. Ogden Driskill, R-Devils Tower, because he said he is continually approached by constituents concerned about their school districts. Some of those parents spoke out in committee meetings before the vote that they are unable to gain access to their students’ learning materials and ignored by their local school boards.
“Teachers educate our kids, but they do it in conjunction with parents,...