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By Kristine Galloway, Wyoming News Exchange
Oct 18, 2018

National and state ACT scores are down for the Class of 2018. The national average composite score earned by the Class of 2018 was 20.8, down from the 21 ...

By Kristine Galloway, Wyoming News Exchange
Apr 3, 2018

State education officials are forging ahead with efforts to offer computer science to every student in Wyoming. The Wyoming Department of Educationon ...

By Kristine Galloway, Wyoming News Exchange
Mar 21, 2018

The state's school districts are facing about $27 million in cuts for the coming two school years. The state House of Representatives voted Thursday to ...


By Kristine Galloway, Wyoming News Exchange
Mar 6, 2018

Another of state lawmakers' attempts to make cuts to K-12 education finance has failed. As the final week of the biennial budget session of the Wyoming ...

By Kristine Galloway, Wyoming News Exchange
Feb 28, 2018

Teaching American Indian history in Wyoming is a challenge. Even tribal members who teach struggle to fit the material into the curriculum, despite its ...

By Kristine Galloway, Wyoming News Exchange
Jan 16, 2018

State legislators finally have cost estimates from the long-awaited school finance recalibration report, but the results are disappointing. "I am not totally ...


By Kristine Galloway, Wyoming News Exchange
Jan 9, 2018

Wyoming lawmakers still have no concrete information about the possible costs of altering the state's school finance system. The Legislature's budget session ...

By Kristine Galloway, Wyoming News Exchange
Jan 2, 2018

The State Construction Department is undergoing reorganization as the budget session of the Wyoming Legislature approaches. Department representatives ...

By Kristine Galloway, Wyoming News Exchange
Dec 27, 2017

CHEYENNE - The amount of money the state spends on schools and academic programs could decrease by nearly $66 million in the coming few years. Gov. Matt Mead ...


By Kristine Galloway, Wyoming News Exchange
Dec 1, 2017

Lawmakerson Thursdayheard recommendations for changing the state's K-12 education funding model. But they don't yet know what the financial effect could be, ...

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