Collapsing revenues mean the 64th Wyoming Legislature will struggle to provide the services residents expect, especially in the public schools; to fix it, leaders of the Legislature say, spending, revenues, and new taxes must be evaluated
Gerry Meyer says he believes the sciences and engineering have a greater respect for the humanities than vice versa.
Panel for students with disabilities sets meeting for public comment…
(Press release) — The Wyoming Advisory Panel for Students with Disabilities (WAPSD) will hold a public meeting November 20 and 21, 2014, in Rock Springs, Wyoming.
The event is scheduled
Wyoming’s people and leaders need to be bold about our future and courageous with our investments by investing in early childhood, education, technology and health care
Income from the Permanent Wyoming Mineral Trust Fund (PMTF) is what makes Wyoming’s commitment in education possible