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K-12 enrollment drops in Wyoming following energy bust

Enrollment fell in many school districts across Wyoming this year, with particularly low elementary numbers in Natrona County. Statewide enrollment stands at 92,976 students — a drop of 285 compared t... read more

Wyoming schools brace for drops in enrollment, cuts from Cheyenne | Wyoming News | billingsgazette.com

As Wyoming schools brace for what some say could be a severe bust ... the economy and enrollment dive together, seemingly overnight, the data is more nuanced, showing a seesaw effect. In 1983, the sta... read more

More budget challenges for UW expected

The state’s current bust cycle became publically clear largely following the release of 2015’s ... is through the worst of the downfall resulting from a drop in energy commodity prices Wyoming relies ... read more

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“When your enrollment declines, you get to average it over the last three years, and it cushions the drop.” The fear that Wyoming’s economic bust will affect enrollment is based in history. This isn’t ... read more

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State summaries: Two-thirds of states face budget challenges

It would include $114 million for K-12 initiatives, including teacher pay ... tax collections and an unexpected surge in Medicaid enrollment, which state officials partly attribute to a drop in small ... read more

State summaries: Two-thirds of states face budget challenges

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Oil communities weather latest slowdown

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