Category Archives: In The News

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“$1 Million Grant To Improve College Readiness In State”

This story was first posted Sept. 1, 2015 in the Great Falls Tribune Montana’s Native American students, veterans and schools are getting a big boost in their college and career readiness efforts, officials announced in Great Falls on Tuesday. USA Funds, a national organization aimed

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Watch: Attendance Matters On ‘Wake Up Montana’

Attending school every day is the first step toward graduating, and a successful career later in life. That was Superintendent of Public Instruction Denise Juneau’s message Thursday to Montana students. Watch her live segment on “Wake Up Montana,” filmed at Great Falls High School. Learn

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NCLB Waivers: Montana Says No Thanks

The following story is by EdWeek’s Michele McNeil on December 7, 2011  Montana is formally rejecting the U.S. Department of Education’s offer for more flexibility under the No Child Left Behind Act, declaring that it doesn’t make “educational or financial” sense to apply for a waiver.

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Montana Education News Roundup

MedStart camp lets Montana kids explore health careers – “When Luvenia Elliott showed up at the MedStart camp in Great Falls on Monday, she was pretty sure she was going to become a nurse. But the St. Ignatius girl might be more interested in becoming

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Montana Education News Roundup

Great Falls Teacher Becomes 2015 Montana Health Teacher Of The Year – “Amanda Ferderer, has been honored as the 2015 Montana health teacher of the year by SHAPE Montana. Ferderer is an eight year veteran and currently teaches sophomores at CMR. “ KFBB What should young

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“Scholarships Available For Certification Of Preschool Teachers”

Scholarships Available For Certification Of Preschool Teachers – “This scholarship opportunity means more Montana teachers will have access to furthering their careers, at the same time the state builds its capacity to provide a quality education to young children,” state Superintendent of Public Instruction Denise