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CHEYENNE – Wyoming’s largest K-12 school district is looking for deeper insight into how its students – who represent a variety of races, nationalities, religious beliefs, ability levels, income brackets and sexual orientations – feel they are treated by their peers and adults.

Laramie County School District 1 is in the early stages of partnering with the Western Educational Equity Assistance Center to administer a school climate survey to the approximately 8,600 students enrolled in grades 5-12 this coming April.

Kathryn Palmer is the Wyoming Tribune Eagle’s education reporter. She can be reached at kpalmer@wyomingnews.com or 307-633-3167. Follow her on Twitter at @kathrynbpalmer.

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