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Tuition to Go Up Five Percent at Wyoming Community Colleges

But students at Casper College will be paying even more.

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Wyoming Senate Passes Cuts to Public Education Funding

It also would freeze transportation and special education spending.

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Proposed Bills Would Expand Hathaway Eligibility in Wyoming

Republican Rep. Bill Henderson of Cheyenne has introduced a bill to extend the time a high school graduate has to apply for a Hathaway scholarship from two years to four years.

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Wyoming Bill Would Raise Alcohol Tax to Help Fund Schools

The tax on liquor would go from about $0.94 to roughly $3.73 per gallon.

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Wyoming Constitutional Amendment Would Restrict Courts on Education

If adopted by the Legislature, the proposal would go on the next statewide general election ballot.

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Joy Greenwald, Townsquare Media
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Bang-for-Buck Debate as Wyoming Lawmakers Focus on Education

Republican Senate President Eli Bebout, of Riverton, and Sen. Charlie Scott, of Casper, say the scores should be higher for the amount being spent.

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House Education Bill Testimony Set for Monday Night

People can also submit public comment on the Legislature's website through Feb. 6.

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BREAKING: Gov. Mead Says Social Issue Bills Detract From Education Legislation

The Legislature has its hands full with dealing with education, Gov. Matt Mead said.

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Wyoming Bill Proposes Cuts, Spending From Savings for Education

Lawmakers are faced with an estimated $400 million annual funding shortfall in K-12 schools, caused mainly by a downturn in the state's fossil fuel industry.

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School District Consolidation Idea Not Politically Viable

Opponents and even supporters say district consolidation is politically toxic because it erodes local control and would save relatively little money.

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