OPI News of the Day- March 26, 2013


Tuesday, March 26, 2013
By Abby Coburn
444-5643

Independent Record

Interviews for Capital High principal under way, interim barred from taking the job

Ind. court upholds broadest school voucher program

Early number sense plays role in later math skills

Panel zeros in on ways to identify youth mental health issues, addresses stigma

Billings Gazette

Gazette opinion: Students need education on social media

Gazette opinion: Golden Apples reflect Billings' support for students

Guest opinion: Just say no to public funding for private schools

Students compete in the 2013 Science Expo

*Educators surprised with Golden Apples, BEA awards

*Yellowstone County's top speller wins state bee, headed to nationals

Missoulian

*Whitefish teen keeps Junior Duck Stamp victories in the family

Campaign against Missoula school trustees illegal; state may investigate

Butte Standard

Youth drinking prosecution revamped

Bozeman Chronicle

Bozeman schools using search dogs to find drugs, weapons
 
Bozeman schools ask voters for $2 million tax hike
 
*Bozeman High's best and brightest ready for the future

Glacier Reporter

Supt. Denise Juneau appoints Mary Jo Bremner to new Standards Review Board

Char-Koosta

Two Eagle River School sees academic improvement

SAF distributes $1.25 million in Acce$$ grant funds to help Montana students

Scholarships again available from St. Luke

Great Falls Tribune

Air quality an issue at Great Falls High

School district holds off on levy election- for now

First two superintendent candidates interviewed

Sugarbeeter pride guides mascot voting

'Kill list' rumors swirl at Capitol: Are bills being held hostage?



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