CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Parents, teachers and community members in Wyoming are being surveyed about public education in the state.
Three surveys are being circulated by the state Superintendent of Public Instruction office.
State Superintendent Cindy Hill said the information is being gathered for a report covering school districts across the state.
Hill's office is charged with submitting an annual report to the Legislature on the general status of Wyoming's public schools. The report is due Oct. 15.
Hill said that the surveys are an effort to gather as much public comment as possible so that the report can be useful.
The report is part of the changes in the superintendent's duties that the Legislature and Gov. Matt Mead enacted this past winter.