(i) Aid the district boundary boards in carrying out the powers and duties vested
in and imposed upon those boards by this article, as authorized by the state superintendent,
and provide plans for procedure, standards, data, maps and other information and services
for district boundary boards throughout the state as it appears to the state committee
necessary or desirable to carry out the purposes of this article;
(ii) Receive, file and review all proposals for organization, reorganization and boundary
adjustments submitted to it by a district boundary board and either approve the proposals
or reject them with reasons for rejection and recommendations for making the proposal
acceptable as provided in W.S. 21-6-211.
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