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Great Wyoming Teachers and Attrition

The purpose of Wyoming’s K-12 education system, according to the Wyoming Supreme Court, is to provide education that is “the best we can do”[1] as well as “unsurpassed” and “visionary”[2] A growing body of evidence shows that those characteristics are achieved, primarily, by having great teachers.

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Robert Nelson Testifies to House Education Committee

Ever wonder what it’s like to testify in front of a committee? Watch as our very own Robert Nelson testified to the Wyoming House Education committee last January.

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Wyoming K-12 Education Legislative Developments

Bob Nelson chats with Doug Randall on KGAB 650 AM about 2017 school legislation.

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It's Complicated

“It’s complicated!” That is how one of our legislators – who has advanced degrees in scientific fields – recently described our K-12 education funding model. It was a remarkable understatement, made during debate about reducing the cost of the system. We face huge projected funding shortfalls which require cost reductions.

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How CREW Chair Norm Eisen Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Nordstrom Corporation

Less than a year ago, Norm Eisen, in his capacity as a fellow at the Brookings Institution, convened a campaign finance “Solutions Summit” that brought together a meeting of regulation advocates whose supposed solutions differ about as much as Oxford blue and Midnight blue. It wasn’t a conference; it was a trade show. Around the same time, Eisen co-authored an op/ed repeating an ever-recurring refrain to reverse the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision, which enabled corporations and unions to independently speak out about candidates for office. The vitriol directed at corporations by reformers in the wake of the case is difficult to understate.

But a strange thing happened yesterday: Norm Eisen found a reason to love at least one corporation, Nordstrom.

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Brand New Custom Dynamic Economic Model of Wyoming

Economy Demonstrates Real-Life Impact of Proposed Changes to Sales Tax

February 9, 2017 Cheyenne, WY -  On Thursday, Wyoming Liberty Group released its timely reports on Wyoming's fiscal and economic problems as demonstrated by a sophisticated new dynamic model of Wyoming's economy.

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Criminal Justice Reform Has Waited Long Enough

It’s been a topsy-turvy ride for Wyoming’s Criminal Justice Reform bill, HB94. Too few understand the magnitude of effort it has taken to get the evidence-based legislation to where it is now. After nearly FIFTEEN years of discussions, studies, and analysis, the bill finally stands a fighting chance at becoming law.

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