Sep 19, 2012 - The Associated Press14 districts fail AYP
More Wyoming schools failed to meet federal education benchmarks last year.
Fourteen of Wyoming's 48 school districts and 180 schools didn't meet what's called adequate yearly progress under the No Child Left Behind law.
Last year, eight districts and 101 schools didn't show adequate yearly progress.
No Child Left Behind requires states to have every student performing at grade level in math and reading by 2014, which most educators agree is an impossible goal.
Wyoming superintendent of public instruction Cindy Hill says her department will keep working to meet 100 percent proficiency but she'd prefer "more reasonable expectations."
Park Co. leads in sold wolf permits
POWELL -- Park County leads Wyoming in the number of hunting licenses sold for next month's wolf hunt.
Sales of the licenses began Friday.
Eric Keszler is spokesman for the game department. He says that as of 9 a.m. Monday, 834 wolf licenses had been sold statewide. Park County hunters had purchased 157 licenses. Teton and Fremont and Sublette counties followed with 141, 136 and 119, respectively. Ten non-residents also had purchased wolf licenses.
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