LANDER (AP) — The nation's schools chief and the new interior secretary are headed to Fremont County next week to participate in the Wyoming Native American Education Conference.  U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan and U.S. Secretary of Interior Sally Jewell will be the speakers at a community forum on education Thursday. The Cabinet members are scheduled to join tribal members and school officials to discuss American Indian education, sequestration, early childhood education and native languages. This year's Wyoming Native American Education Conference will be combined with a college and career fair.