News of the Day


Monday, April 18, 2011
By Faith Moldan
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Independent Record

JHS students learn by serving
Rush running for board again with focus on academics
Radio ads target GOP leaders on school funds

Billings Gazette

Red Lodge High students praised by state officials in mascot change
Stiffarm selected to MHSA board
School funding bill may include controversial charter school language
Wolf Point schools move to a 4-day school week
Students learn world lessons from Pakistani teacher

Missoulian

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New playground equipment installed at Franklin Elementary School

Bozeman Chronicle

Belgrade Library wins state award
State funding shrinks, Bozeman school officials say
School Board to discuss budget, legislature at Monday meeting
Montana school leaders to get ear of U.S. education chief
Chronicle editorial: Schools must show restraint, accountability

Great Falls Tribune

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Students, officials discuss education
Conference recognizes Wolf Point educator
Forum puts spotlight on school board candidates
Robotics team finishes second at regionals

Other

Gallatin County Ranks Healthiest in Montana
MCPS asks taxpayers to support schools in 4 levies
Manhattan superintendent search narrowed to four
Top of the Heap
New documents revealed in Helena sex education controversy

Teachers, Public Workers Demand Legislature Pass Budget
Awards presented for fighting to reduce hunger in Montana
Gifted-talented conference ahead in Kalispell
Longtime teacher closes out career at Bridge Academy
Viewpoint: Technology levy vital for students' education
Budget uncertainty leaves Hamilton teachers in limbo
Shelby Schools studying feasibility of going to four-day school week
After more than 40 years of working with children, Marian More will find other ways to keep busy, enjoy life



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