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English Language Arts education in Wyoming schools includes Anchor Standards for Reading, Writing, Speaking & Listening, and for Language. The Wyoming Department of Education is responsible for setting standards for all ELA standards in the state. These standards define what students are expected to know and do by the time they graduate.
To support this important endeavor, the Malcolm Wallop K-12 Curriculum Project has developed this repository for multimedia content created by social scientists at the University of Wyoming and at Wyoming's community colleges. Videos and their accompanying materials address an array of topics across fields such as English, History, American Studies, Religious Studies, Communication & Journalism, and others.
This Web resource has been made possible, in part, by the National Endowment for the Humanities: Democracy demands wisdom. The project, “Integrating the Humanities Across Civics Education in Wyoming,” provides the Malcolm Wallop Civic Engagement Program with a two-year grant of $149,397 to expand its online catalog of civics education resources for Wyoming teachers and to build a new learning community across civics educators in the state. These funds will significantly expand the existing Social Studies K-12 Digital Catalog and provide the impetus to create the new English Language Arts Digital Catalog. The project will expand the digital resources focusing on three themes: culture and peoples of the West, 2) identity, community and rural life; and 3) rights, liberties and civic responsibilities. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this Web resource, do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.