Wyoming Accountability in Education (WAEA) Reports


The Wyoming Accountability in Education Act of 2012 provided educators across the state with a framework for school accountability. The Wyoming Legislature Select Committee on Statewide Education Accountability, along with an advisory committee, designed a model intended to dig deeper into school data than did the federal No

Child Left Behind Act (NCLB). The WAEA system is now in its sixth year of implementation and the 2018-2019 reports are included in this document. WAEA rates all schools on achievement, growth, equity, English language proficiency, and participation indicators. High schools are also rated on additional indicators, including extended graduation rate, grade nine credits, and post-secondary readiness.