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This article applies to all orders for the support or maintenance of children.
(a) Each school district and open-enrollment charter school shall annually certify to the State Board of Education and the commissioner that, for each subject in the required curriculum under Section 28.002, other than physical education, and each grade level, the district provides each student with instructional materials that cover all elements of the essential knowledge and skills adopted by the State Board of Education for that subject and grade level.
(b) To determine whether each student has instructional materials that cover all elements of the essential knowledge and skills as required by Subsection (a), a school district or open-enrollment charter school may consider:
(1) instructional materials adopted by the State Board of Education;
(2) materials adopted or purchased by the commissioner under Section 31.0231 or Subchapter B-1; 1
(3) open education resource instructional materials submitted by eligible institutions and adopted by the State Board of Education under Section 31.0241;
(4) open education resource instructional materials made available by other public schools;
(5) instructional materials developed or purchased by the school district or open-enrollment charter school; and
(6) open education resource instructional materials and other electronic instructional materials included in the repository under Section 31.083.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Wyoming Statutes Title 20. Domestic Relations § 20-2-302. Applicability - last updated December 01, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/wy/title-20-domestic-relations/wy-st-sect-20-2-302/
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