Wyo. School District Raises Facililities, Test Scores

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Thanks to swollen state coffers, Wyoming is now spending more on its schools than most other states. One rural district, Pinedale, is especially benefiting. That district is in a building frenzy. And it has some of the highest scores on the state's assessment test.

Renny MacKay of Wyoming Public Radio reports.



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