Links to Partnership newsletters, from May, 2007, to the present.
The Partnership impact map defines the geographic scope of our members and events and is updated yearly.
2015 Impact Map
2014-2015 Impact Map
2013-2014 Impact Map
2009-2013 Impact Map Side by Side Comparison
2012-2013 Impact Map
2011-2012 Impact Map
2010-2011 Impact Map
2009-2010 Impact Map
Annual Partnership Accomplishments
This yearly flyer lists the various Partnership activities and events made possible by annual membership dues.
2014-2015 Partnership Accomplishment Highlights
2013-2014 Partnership Accomplishment Highlights
2012-2013 Partnership Accomplishment Highlights
2011-2012 Partnership Accomplishment Highlights
2010-2011 Partnership Accomplishment Highlights
2009-2010 Partnership Accomplishment Highlights
Lost in Transition Intiative 2014-2015 Annual Report
Lost in Transition initiative 2013-2014 Annual Report
Lost in Transition initiative 2012-2013 Annual Report
Lost in Transition initiative 2011-2012 Annual Report
School-Community engagement initiative 2011-2012 Annual Report
Director, Audrey Kleinsasser, presented this poster at the annual meeting of the American Association of Colleges and Universities, February 23-25, 2012, New Orleans, LA.
High School to Higher Education Transitions Charts
These course comparison charts display the differences between high school and college course expectations. The goal of these documents is to help teachers, parents, and students develop a realistic idea of how a post-secondary experience will vary from high school, and prepare students better for this transition.
The charts were created by the Wyoming Education Coordinating Council (formerly the Wyoming P-16 Education Council) and the Wyoming School-University Partnership in 2009.
English (reading and writing)
This document explains the governance of the Wyoming School-University Partnership.
These publications seek to improve your understanding of the Wyoming School-University Partnership. Please contact the Partnership if you have any questions or would like hard-copies of any of the publications.