OPI News of the Day-June 19, 2013

Wednesday, June 19, 2013
By Abby Coburn


Independent Record

Montana leads nation in increasing 2-year degrees

Monster-truck-driving girl tells kids they can stop cycle of disrespect

Bozeman photographer develops new awareness from slum school

Billings Gazette

House panel starts rewrite of No Child Left Behind

SD2 seeks suggestions Wednesday, Thursday for new school locations

SD2 board declares vacancy, moves forward with trustee boundary changes


Montana's one-room schoolhouses on national endangered places list

Missoula police seek 2 males who burglarized, spray-painted Hellgate Elementary

Missoula College to host workshop for educators on career development

300 educators to attend 'professional learning communities' conference in Missoula

Missoula nonprofit aims to bolster literacy, arts among area children

Butte Standard

Math girls: High schoolers tackle numbers in Montana Tech class

Ex-teacher appeals dismissal of bias suit against Butte district

Bozeman Chronicle

Children learn about farm life during summer lunch program

Kids practice science at MSU camp


Salish Kootenai College graduation brings friends and family from all over

Summer Youth Career Fair educates youth about employment

2013 Family Summer Reading Program begins

*Ronan School's Indian Education Committee recognizes nominees for education awards

NK w usm powwow celebrated latest graduates


Graduation Matters Summit held in Bozeman- CBS

Graduation Matters Summit- NBC



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