Wyoming education ranked 6th in nation by the National Education Quality Report
5 Sep 2019
CHEYENNE – Education Week’s 23rd annual report card, Quality Counts 2019, ranks Wyoming sixth nationally in education quality - up one spot from seventh nationally in 2018.
Once again, Wyoming scored the highest among western states, and first in the nation in school finance.
“It is always positive news to see Wyoming at the top of national rankings, and also improving from year to year,” said State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jillian Balow.
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