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University of Montana Receives Over $10M for Research Center on Population Health

The center will support epidemiological and mathematical modeling approaches to better understand risk and resilience factors for children’s health outcomes.

Pandemic Upending Childcare Industry and Workforce that Depends on It

Widespread closures are disrupting families and employers; advocates worry the industry won’t recover and call for rethinking public childcare funding

Internet access has never been more important for Montana students, but gaps remain. Can you help?

Billings superintendent Greg Upham has repeatedly said that access is an equity issue for remote learning — something that is a barrier to student learning that kids can’t control.

Montana Internet seeking support to give students internet

Over 100 students need internet for education.

MSU Wonderlust seeks instructors and presenters for lifelong learning programs for 2020-21

For interested individuals, teaching for MSU Wonderlust is a way to repurpose a favorite academic course or lecture, help broaden community awareness of research or current events, or to share a life passion.

Outschool Online Learning Offers Free Schooling Resources

Browse our free schooling resources for educators, families, and learners.

As Montana Schools Close Their Doors Amid COVID-19 Outbreak, Tester Calls on FCC to Ensure Kids Have Internet Access

Senator: “The FCC must take action to expand internet availability and keep Americans informed”

Tester Bill Would Send $2 Billion to Rural Communities to Keep Internet Service During COVID-19 Crisis

Senator’s legislation would assist rural broadband providers as they roll out free or discounted services to underserved areas

Montana Remote Learning Sharing Sessions Beginning Monday, March 23rd

There are multiple subject areas and grade levels to help accommodate K-12 educators and administrators. Please share these opportunities with your colleagues, as well.

The College Board will allow at-home testing for AP exams in response to COVID-19

The organization, which administers the SAT and AP exams, announced two new initiatives Friday: 1) Free live and on-demand online AP courses and 2) an at-home AP testing option.