Wyoming Department of Education

Help Prevent Childhood Hunger This Summer
In an effort to combat childhood hunger, the Wyoming Department of Education is seeking sponsors for a federally funded program to provide nutritious meals and snacks to low-income students this summer.
"During the regular school year, about 38 percent of Wyoming's kids qualify for free…
Equipping Students for the 21st Century Economy
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Venture capitalist Ted Dintersmith visited with Wyoming education and business leaders in Cheyenne Monday.
Dintersmith served as executive producer for the renowned education documentary "Most Likely to Succeed" and co-authored the acclaimed book of the same name...
2015 Wyoming NAEP Scores Released
Wyoming's fourth and eighth graders continue to outperform national average test scores in math and reading.
Results from the state's 2015 National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) released Wednesday, show only two states performed higher in fourth grade math and only three states …
Accountability Ratings for Wyoming Schools Released
State accountability measures show most Wyoming schools are meeting or partially meeting expectations.
The Wyoming Department of Education (WDE), Tuesday afternoon, released the federal and state accountability determinations for the 2014-2015 school year...

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