Wyoming provides a suite of resources through Open Range Wyoming, the state’s OER Commons hub, which prioritizes “creating and sharing high-quality units, lessons, and resources that have been aligned to current Wyoming State Content Standards”, some of which are rated green by EdReports.
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Wyoming does not currently offer guidance for its districts on adopting high-quality instructional materials. Check out our advocacy tool to learn more about how you can push for quality curricula and training in your state.
Wyoming does not yet include information on high quality professional learning on its website, but is developing a “curriculum training clearinghouse” and a professional learning program on the science of reading in accordance with its ESSER Plan.
Wyoming’s ESSER Plan allocates $2M for a “curriculum training clearinghouse” project aimed at professional learning. The state’s plan also mentions the creation of Embracing Literacy, “a PD opportunity dedicated to increasing educator’s understanding of the science of reading and translating that knowledge into classroom practice”.