Critical race theory may not be found in Wyoming classrooms, but it has found its way into sights of state lawmakers.
Refreshingly, more and more Wyomingites are beginning to openly discuss alternatives for solving long-standing economic and societal problems, ones that we as individuals or our communities alone cannot solve.
The “profile of a graduate” will eventually guide how K-12 standards and curriculum is developed in the state while outlining what the ideal Wyoming graduate will look like.
The homegrown company, 9H Energy, wants to catapult the state to new heights in the world of clean energy, especially solar.
Opinion: Describing something as a “war” envelops it in fog, distorting reason and obscuring common sense.
Gov. Noem on Thursday revealed she hasn't heard from prosecutors investigating the Ravnsborg-Boever crash, addressed her communism comments for the first time, and discussed topics including the inauguration, Capitol invasion, her education bill and preparing for marijuana legalization.
Gov. Kristi Noem has proposed $900,000 in one-time funds for curriculum to help meet her goal of teaching South Dakota’s students “why the U.S. is the most special nation in the history of the world.”
Over the next three years, the program will be taken to 16 more universities from states particularly impacted by the opioid crisis.
A good agent can help incorporate travel into your family's educational plan. Are you interested in boosting the year's school curriculum by adding literary or historical sites to your travel itineraries? Do you want more art, music and theater in the mix? A good agent can help create a week, month, summer or multiyear plan that marries your family's educational goals with your love of travel.
MAYS LANDING — Outside the AtlantiCare Teen Center at Oakcrest High School, a small garden is beginning to bloom.