Anticipated major and prolonged cuts in education funding could be catastrophic to Wyoming’s future, say school board leaders, many of whom are frustrated by unfunded legislative mandates and threats of looming budget cuts.

With declining mineral revenue and economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, state revenue projections are dim. How will the state fund K-12 public education, given these revenue shortfalls totaling hundreds of millions of dollars over the next few years?

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