School District data shows Lander ACT scores, graduation rates, higher than Riverton’s

    A new tool for parents, educators, and others to access information about Wyoming schools and districts is now available at The Wyoming Department of Education created the user-friendly website to house its State Report Card, a requirement of the federally mandated Every Student Succeeds Act.

    “Transparency and public engagement are two of the main tenets of the Every Student Succeeds Act,” said State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jillian Balow. “Our state report card gives everyone the ability to easily find information on their school and see how it compares to other schools in their district and across the state.”

    Visitors to the new report card can view information from the 2017-18 school year at the state, district, and school level. Sections include school performance, assessments, enrollment, graduation, teachers, and more.


    The State Report Card is an ongoing, annual requirement of the Every Student Succeeds Act, and will be updated and improved every year.

    Below is data from Fremont County School District #25 in Riverton:



    And, below his data from Fremont County School District #1 in Lander:



    Other tools here show the public enrollment data, assessments, cost per student, school performance, graduate rates, teacher performance, and school climate data.



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