Positive spin from governor and administrators aside, Drake opines, university remains in crisis mode.
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Deans and other university leaders say the cuts put further strain on overworked faculty members and will lead to a host of detrimental effects. More cuts are expected to be unveiled in July.
Reform advocates told lawmakers that jurisdictional disparities and spotty reporting stand in the way of improving outcomes for troubled kids.
Proponents say federal incentives can help Wyoming prop up its economy and be a leader in the climate change battle, but the technology remains untested at scale.
Wyoming’s loss of youth is well documented. WyoFile spoke to six young people about why so many of their peers leave and what could change that.