Wyoming lawmakers saved the pyrotechnics for the very last day of the 2021 legislative session, when House and Senate negotiators failed to compromise on the education funding bill.
Wyoming students need to learn all the tools they can to help at-risk peers, writes Drake. Despite that, the Legislature killed a school-training measure.
Wyoming should be preparing its students to participate and compete in the rapidly changing and increasingly diverse world, not trying to indoctrinate them with revisionist history, opines guest columnist Collins.
House, Senate diverge on education cuts. Medicaid expansion advances while death penalty repeal fails to get the vote, and energy transition measure raises eyebrows.
Jeremy Haroldson, a freshman lawmaker, ran a bill to promote the teaching of American exceptionalism and combat ‘liberal’ curriculum in Wyoming schools.