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WY School Board's Week Proclamation

WY School Board's Week Proclamation

Posted Date: 02/06/2023

Superintendents at the Wyoming School Boards Week Proclamation On February 6, 2023, Governor Mark Gordon signed the procolamation declaring that the week of February 6 as Wyoming School Boards . . .
Wyoming Legislature 2023: Education Committee Talks Funding and Third Grade Reading Scores

Wyoming Legislature 2023: Education Committee Talks Funding and Third Grade Reading Scores

Posted Date: 01/09/2023

The Education committee should benefit from having two chairs with substantial institutional knowledge in the education realm. Click here for full story: https://states.aarp.org/wyoming/wyo[...] . . .
Wyoming Littles: First-Graders Discuss Their Strategies To Get Rid Of Spiders

Wyoming Littles: First-Graders Discuss Their Strategies To Get Rid Of Spiders

Posted Date: 01/06/2023

Wyoming Littles: First-Graders Discuss Their Strategies To Get Rid Of Spiders By Clair McFarland, Official Kid Interviewer Clair@CowboyStateDaily.com The moms of the world are in a mortal feud . . .
State: K-12 education funding lawsuit should be dismissed

State: K-12 education funding lawsuit should be dismissed

Posted Date: 11/11/2022

State: K-12 education funding lawsuit should be dismissed CHEYENNE —– The state argued Monday that the Wyoming Education Association’s lawsuit alleging inadequate K-12 education funding should be . . .