County holds steady on school accountability
First results since pandemic show only minor drops, despite disruption
October 6, 2022
According to this year’s accountability scores, all of Crook County’s schools are at least partially meeting the state’s expectations and have not seen a significant drop in performance scores, despite the disruptions caused by COVID-19.
Accountability measures have not been determined since the 2018-19 school year, a two-year pause caused by the pandemic.
The Wyoming Department of Education reports that half of traditional schools in this state were able to maintain their level of school performance and 20% actually increased their rating.
In Crook County, two out of three high schoo...
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