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What Really Helps Employees to Improve (It’s not Criticism)

“The best managers individualize…. They don’t fight against who you are.”

We Are Applauding the ‘Gift’ of an Affordable Education. Something Has Gone Wrong.

The Morehouse College class of 2019 will walk into adult life unburdened by student debt. What about everyone else?

Only 40% of U.S. kids are flourishing

School-age children were considered to be flourishing if their parents reported that three things were “definitely true” about their children:

Businesses and universities team up on a new digital technology credential

The digital tech credential aims to certify that graduates have knowledge and skills in fields such as statistics, data visualization and cybersecurity.

Missoula County Public Schools receives $578,003 grant to recruit, retain new teachers – Employment Opportunities

The grant will support MCPS’ Collaborative Mentoring and Induction Program for New and Early Career Educators, which focuses on building frameworks to assist new educators in the district.

Montana State University researcher co-authors book on new approach to traffic safety

“Traffic Safety Culture: Definition, Foundation and Application” is the first book to deal comprehensively with the values, assumptions and beliefs that influence how drivers and others behave while on the road

The Childcare Solutions to Support Your Workforce Summit – 5/29 – Helena

You are invited to join business leaders from across the state to discuss innovative and attainable child care solutions to attract and retain the highest quality employees in Helena on May 29.

University of Montana president focusing on ‘tomorrow-proofing’ students, he tells Great Falls

“We need to do a better job of retaining students and making sure they persist to graduation.”

Mindfulness helps Missoula, Montana’s Willard, Paxson students manage emotions, stress

The idea is that the practice of mindfulness, or developing an awareness for the present moment through various exercises, can help students slow down and focus on the task at hand.

SpectrUM, Bitterroot College to Host Maker Fair on May 18 in Hamilton

The fair creates on-ramps for K-12 students to learn more about locally relevant careers, including sectors such as manufacturing, health care, biotechnology and trades.

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