The Wyoming Department of Education announced that they are leaving the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium in order to procure a new assessment.
By Shane Vander Hart The Casper Star Tribune released a document they received indicating that Wyoming would not receive an ESEA waiver.
Below is a news segment on the Wyoming Common Core forums held last week in both Cheyenne and Casper. Below is a
Like New York, Wyoming student test scores drop as well, and like New York it was “expected.” The Casper Star-Tribune reports: Statewide
A 6th grade teacher in Wyoming was placed under a gag order by her school’s administrator preventing her from sharing her concerns about the Common Core.
Common Core State Standards advocates typically make an argument that the development of the Common Core was state-led since it came out
Here is an example from Wyoming why a state’s department of education should have as little authority as possible. Otherwise they think