The Region 11 Comprehensive Center continues to focus on improving educational outcomes for students in Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming. During our Year 4 Advisory Board meeting, we shared the following state infographics, which outlined our recent accomplishments, shared forecasts for the upcoming fifth project year, and highlighted efforts to ensure sustainability beyond
Wyoming students may soon see the end of their school system as they know it with the switch to a system called competency-based learning.
Developing and Implementing a Wyoming Comprehensive K–3 Reading Framework to Improve Outcomes for Struggling Readers
This infographic provides a timeline that represents the development & implementation of Wyoming's comprehensive K–3 reading framework for improving outcomes for struggling readers.
The United States Department of Education’s Education Innovation and Research (EIR) grant program supports several grantees exploring innovative rural career pathways for students, navigating complex approaches to employment opportunities.
This comprehensive resource gathers from best practice across the field of suicide prevention, intervention, and postvention to support schools, school districts, families, and communities after an unexpected death.
This document examines the use of evidence-based practices and materials in all tiers of instruction—the key to the development of skilled readers.
This infographic highlights the importance of promoting and elevating the Heritage languages of AI/AN multilingual learners (MLs).
This toolkit is designed to guide educators in developing/improving practical measurement instruments for use in networked improvement communities and other education contexts in which principles of continuous improvement are applied.
This report provides a summary of key learnings before outlining six overall recommendations for consideration by WDE to improve the efficiency of the current shared services model in Wyoming.