CHEYENNE, Wyo. — A study of teacher-preparation programs at colleges around the country gives low marks to Wyoming.
CASPER — One in five teachers in Wyoming is over the age of 55.
Some teachers across Montana will receive up to $12,000 in assistance over four years to help pay back their student loans.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — A key legislative committee voted for a zero pay adjustment for Wyoming’s school districts Thursday.
CASPER, Wyo. — Wyoming teachers are paid more than many of their colleagues in neighboring states, but state lawmakers on Friday continued to discuss whether the pay is adequate given the economic climate and teacher quality.
MoveOn.Org organized a rally on North 27th Street on Tuesday afternoon. Organizers urged teachers and other public workers to stand up for workers' rights. Participants also were standing in solidarity with Wisconsin workers.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — An organization that sets and maintains the standards for teaching excellence says 60 more Wyoming teachers have achieved National Board Certification this year.
HELENA — Thousands of Montana teachers are gathering in Helena this week for an annual conference that gives them the opportunity to expand their knowledge and learn new teaching techniques.
DALLAS - Paul Washington oversaw hundreds of employees in the auto industry and navigated the finicky retail market for Target. Now he's taking on a much more daunting task: teaching history to eighth-graders.
Graduations remind me of the importance of teachers, and the fact that they are so rarely thanked. I am a product of Montana's education system and reservation schools. While I am no expert in education, as a former student and former board member of the National Indian Education Association…
While the Montana Legislature works to complete a budget that will determine public school funding for the next two years, let's take time to refocus on what the constitutionally mandated funding of "basic, quality education" buys. The finest examples are presented in the Golden Apple Awards…
Kristin Prager, left, who teaches fourth and fifth grade at Pine Bluffs Elementary School, listens to Laramie County School District 2 "master teacher" Craig Williams during a teacher development session at the school in Pine Bluffs, Wyo.
Craig Williams, left, a "master teacher" in Laramie County School District 2, leads a teacher-development session at Pine Bluffs Elementary School on Feb. 18. Elementary students in the district have been getting Wednesday afternoons off while their teachers meet for training sessions. The …
PINE BLUFFS - Children at the four elementary schools in this southeast Wyoming district sure had fun in the middle of the week.