Charter school bill becomes law
April 29, 2021
CASPER — A bill that allows applications to create charter schools in Wyoming to circumvent school districts has passed into law without Gov. Mark Gordon’s signature.
The legislation allows the State Loan and Investment Board to approve a charter school. Typically, local school districts have approved charter schools in the state.
The bill, sponsored by Sen. Ogden Driskill, R-Devils Tower, sailed through both chambers of the Legislature with just a handful of amendments. But Gordon left his signature off the legislation — not vetoing it but not supporting it either.
In a four-pa...