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Wyoming School-University Partnership

Welcome to the Partnership!

The Wyoming School-University Partnership is a statewide collaborative group of school districts, community colleges, the University of Wyoming, and state education organizations, working together to simultaneously improve teacher education and renew public schooling.


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The vision of the Wyoming School-University Partnership is continuous and collaborative engagement in a process of ongoing renewal among Wyoming educational partners.

Member organizations work together to ensure that students at all levels reach their full learning potential and that educators are prepared to provide high quality education.



College of Education Virtual Teacher Fair

Check out the College of Education Virtual Teacher Fair that will be running from March 11th, 2021 at 3:30 PM to March 12th, 2021 at 4 PM.

The University of Wyoming Teacher Fair offers a great opportunity for you to network and interview with participating school districts. This virtual event is open to College of Education students graduating in May 2021 as well as recent alumni. We welcome recent and upcoming University of Wyoming graduates who are seeking employment in the education system, including Speech/Language Pathology, Counselor Education, Nursing, Social Work, etc.

The Teacher Fair and related interviews will take place VIRTUALLY. There is no a fee for students/alumni to attend, but you MUST register through Handshake.

For more information such as how to register through Handshake, the schedule of events, employer information, contact details, and more:  Facebook Virtual Teacher Fair Event Page


NNER First Thursday for March

Title: Cross-College Collaboration and Civic Engagement Through On-Demand Digital K-12 Content 
Join us for the March NNER First Thursday as the University of Wyoming (UW) Wallop/Trustees Education initiative (TEI) collaborative, discuss bringing civic engagement back to the K-12 classroom.
The UW Wallop and TEI program team will explore various topics, including:

Engaged Citizens - the immense value in bringing controversial content to the classroom in meaningful, civil, and productive ways
Educator Community - establishment and strengthening of statewide partnerships, at all levels of our educational system
Expanded Reach/Access - the innovation and technology that creates and connects forward-thinking educators and content. 

You can explore existing Wallop K-12 Social Studies content at this link in preparation for our time together. 

Use this link to download the flyer and share with friends/colleagues.  

For additional information about the Partnership

If you are interested in submitting a comment/question, please go to the Contact Us Form and fill out the survey.
Contact Us

McWhinnie Hall, Room 213

Dept. 3374, 1000 E. University Ave.

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: 307-766-3274


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