Coal revenues are used to fund all aspects of education in Wyoming including K-12, Community Colleges, and the University of Wyoming, supporting both operations and capital construction. In recent years, Wyoming has invested in providing quality teachers, programs and facilities to Wyoming families and students. But with the decline in domestic consumption of Wyoming coal, school districts across Wyoming are forced to make budget cuts. To date, 92 full time education positions have been cut due to the budget with more cuts expected to be made in classrooms and professional learning for teachers.