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Wyoming Education Officials Unveil School Progress Report

Of the 351 individual schools in Wyoming, 171 met AYP, which was 48.7 percent of Wyoming Schools. Last year 205 out of 354 schools made AYP (57.9 percent). Nearly 73 percent of districts met AYP as well.

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Three Wyomings Honored With the Blue Ribbon School Award

The Wyoming Schools have been named as Blue Ribbon Schools by the U.S. Department of Education.

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Locations For Regional Education Accountability Summits Announced

The Wyoming Department of Education and the State Board of Education announced locations for their regional summits on the Wyoming Accountability in Education Act. department of education spokesman Tom Lacock says Wyoming’s Summit on Education Accountability is a series of

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Crandall Wants Quicker Assessment Results

Richard Crandall,the new head of the Wyoming Department of Education, says he would like to see the state assessment results back within a few weeks instead of a few months.

Crandall says getting the results back in the spring rather than in August will allow teachers to develop a customized plan for a child who may not be performing at grade level

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WDE Releases Statewide PAWS Scores

The Wyoming Department of Education (WDE) released the statewide scores for the 2013 Proficiency Assessments for Wyoming Students (PAWS), Wednesday in Cheyenne. The report shows that the 2013 PAWS proficiency rates declined across each grade level and content area compared to the 2012 exam

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Governor Matt Mead on Education Director Candidates

Goovernor Mead said he needs more time because of the quality of the candidates. He said all of them are eager to come to Wyoming.

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Bill Would Create Education Administration Position

The Chairmen of the Legislature’s Joint Education Committee are sponsoring legislation to change the governance of Wyoming K-12 public education system.  Sen. Hank Coe (R-Park) and Rep. Matt Teeters (R-Goshen) have offered SF0104  “Education - state administration” to create an appointed position to administer the Department of Education

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Many Wyoming Districts Not Meeting Student-Teacher Ratio

Sixty-three percent of Wyoming's public school students in kindergarten through third grades are in classes exceeding the state's new student-to-teacher ratio.

Wyoming Education Department data obtained by the Associated Press shows that 20 of 48 school districts don't meet the mandated average class size of 16-to-1 in the early grades

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Superintendent Cindy Hill Offers Parent Session In Casper

Wyoming's Superintendent of Public Instruction is in Casper this week taking part in the 2011 Wyoming Department of Education Summer Camp.

Superintendent Cindy Hill also takes part in a special session on Friday for parents

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