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Wyoming School-University Partnership

The Wyoming School-University Partnership serves as a conduit for communication and collaboration among all education stakeholders. We are truly a statewide partnership, grounded in public education renewal, made up of K-12 school districts, state and government education organizations, and higher education institutions. We strive to develop a strong educator pipeline through the arc of the professional career, both in K-12 and higher education. Additionally, we aim to renew public education through shared best practices, preparing and supporting educators, and education leaders, at all levels for a full-system education renewal. In all of this, as members of the Partnership, we pull for one another.

Foundational Beliefs

  • We are all responsible for improving the realities of our communities and education systems.
  • We believe that ALL students, deserve equal access to high quality learning and enriching life experiences.
  • We believe that deep, enduring teaching and learning occurs when students at all levels are both loved and challenged.
  • By embracing the above beliefs we are engaged in what inspires us most - educating and preparing students to fully engage as considerate and critical citizens who know their value and capacity to make a profound impact in this world.

WSUP's Commitments

  • Engaged Professional Learning: The Wyoming School-University Partnership provides space for sharing and refining best practices for all educators PK-20. When Educators share their best, communities and systems advance, students gain access to high quality learning, and students feel loved and challenged.
  • Commitment to Renewal: The Wyoming School-University Partnership works with members to allow educators to work together, have opportunities to learn and grow, and rethink and refine their practice in a positive supportive environment.
  • Communication and Collaboration: The Wyoming School-University Partnership gathers education stakeholders from around the state on a regular basis to discuss best practices, promote the professional pipeline, and support mechanisms for educators and leaders.
  • Prolonged Professional Support: The Wyoming School-University Partnership provides mentoring opportunities for early career educators, leaders, and others. Mentoring allows experienced professionals to support the learning and development of early career professionals thus enhancing systems, student learning, and making a profound impact on the world.
Contact Us

McWhinnie Hall, Room 213

Dept. 3374, 1000 E. University Ave.

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: 307-766-3274


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