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.
As interim recalibration committee considers findings from consultants, economist Michael Madden spells out what they’re thinking and how critical the process is to Wyoming.
New laws will affect energy companies, utilities, a proposed massive land purchase and the state’s education system.
Michael Madden explores avenues for Wyoming to find much-needed funding solutions through reducing education costs.
The House and Senate have gone toe to toe on how to fund Wyoming’s public education system for more than a year. The bell opening Round 3 rings Monday.