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Weston County School District No. 1 will not, at this time, join the Wyoming Education Association’s lawsuit claiming that the State Legislature has failed to adequately fund K-12 education, according to a recent conversation during the Sept. 7 board of trustee meeting.  The board decided to take...
SHERIDAN — Results of a survey available on the Wyoming Education Association website shows 65% of Wyoming teachers would quit if they could, researcher Mark Perkins said. During an interim meeting of the Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Education Committee May 31, Perkins — the assistant professor of...
Severe stress and pandemic politics: Wyo teachers are ‘burnt out’   By Sofia Jeremias, WyoFile.com   Jesse Thompson loved working with kids who thought they were destined to fail. The kids who avoid turning in assignments because at least they could “chalk up any shortcomings to never having tried...
Changes in state economy affect education system   By Jasmine Hall Wyoming Tribune Eagle Via Wyoming News Exchange   CHEYENNE — As the economic landscape of Wyoming changes, so does one of the most equitable education systems in the country. The two once supported each other with great success. The...

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