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.
Undertaken every five years, the ‘recalibration’ analysis and reconsideration of Wyoming’s complex public-education funding and expenditures model takes on special urgency and import in 2021.
With a budget shortfall of nearly a third of a billion dollars, satirist Mark Jenkins writes, it’s time for Wyoming to eliminate its most egregiously socialistic program: public schools.
The House and Senate are fighting about education’s budget — again — and the creation of an “advisory committee” has become the latest front.
Some Cody parents object to textbooks that include scientific teaching of global warming and minorities’ roles in American history.