The state of Wyoming, through the Wyoming Department of Education (WDE) serves 61 school districts, 366 public schools, and over 7,550 teachers to provide educational opportunities for over 92,700 public school students. WDE offers a variety of programs that provide support and leadership to help schools and districts improve student performance, commit to continuous improvement, reach operational excellence, and prepare to lead and educate in a global environment. The WDE provides tiered support and technical assistance through multiple tools and strategies delivered on-site, electronically, and through professional development to support continuous improvement toward all students meeting or exceeding learning standards. Additionally, the Wyoming System of Instructional Supports teaches schools and districts how to implement systems change with a Response to Intervention framework to meet the academic and behavioral needs of all students in general education as well as special education.


Wyoming Works To Fix Teacher Equity Issues

State program helps students reach higher education

Wyoming school Assessment Task Force to make recommendation to state this fall

Experts: Black students need more opportunities to succeed in Wyoming

Guitar-Building Project Aids Wheatland Teacher

Wyoming Districts Receive 16 Student-Teacher Waivers

Wyoming Teachers Gain STEM Skills at UW

As Congress Debates Federal Education Law, The Achievement Gap Is A Big Concern

Wyoming PAWS scores drop

Wyoming lawmakers revive school safety bill

Wyoming Looks To Improve Career And Technical Education

Steps To Success For Wyoming’s Native American Students
Leadership Team at Wyoming Department of Education finalized 

Wyoming Board of Education moves forward with review of science standards

House rejects amendment requiring Wyoming-specific science standards

Gosar named chairman of Wyoming Board Of Education

Committee recommends nixing writing test for Wyoming students

Wyoming K-12 enrollment change matches population increase

Wyoming bill that repeals science standard ban advances

Report notes improvement in Wyoming education

Boomtown Schools: One Reason Wyoming’s Standarized Test Scores Could Be So Mediocre

Legislators discuss final education governance report

Education committee concerned for local school data security

Bill would repeal controversial science standard ban in Wyoming

Wyoming legislative committee advances distance education bills

University of Wyoming prepares teachers better than most

Legislature’s Education Committee Supports Inflation Adjustments For School Funding 

Program shows Wyoming students options after high school 

Ruling from Wyoming Attorney General’s office ends testing opt out

Wyoming Weighs Value Of Early Childhood Education 

Panel discusses Common Core State Standards in Wyoming schools

Wyoming officials: Expect lower scores on revamped state test

Gov. Mead is confused why Hill won’t return to Education Department

U.S. Department of Education seeks clarity from Wyoming

Science Standards Divide a State Built on Coal and Oil

Wyoming will not receive a waiver next school year under the federal education law

Wyoming graduation rates fall for fourth year in a row

Wyoming trails national marks in ACT test