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Yup! Finland Will Become The First Country In The World To Get Rid Of All School Subjects

Finland has decided to change this in their educational system and introduce something which is suitable for the 21st century.

MSU’s Montana Innovation Partnership helps Montana earn highest success rates in NIH research grants for startups, small businesses

We break down how to tackle market research for high tech innovations and guidelines to prepare well-crafted and persuasive SBIR/STTR proposals.

Virtual MSU $50K Venture Competition (Traditional Ventures) – 5/27 – 4:00PM MST

This event is free and open to the public.

A study reveals Montana has the second-slowest internet service of all 50 states in the nation.

Regardless of why some states have faster internet and broadband speeds, U.S. Sen. Tester is taking issue with Montana’s low ranking.

COVID-19 and the Uncertain Future of Public Higher Ed

The pandemic is challenging colleges’ enrollments and finances as never before. Some may not survive, and those that do will have to consider major changes in their structures and the way they teach.

Montana Senator Jon Tester says pandemic has shown big need for better broadband

We’ve got some work to do on high speed Internet, broadband, cell service. They’re all connected.”

Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis – Living in a COVID-19 world A discussion with leading health and economics experts with Tom Brokaw – 5/26 – 11:00AM MST

Join the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis and the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota for “Living in a COVID-19 world,” a virtual discussion with leading health and economics…

Bitterroot College future depends on complicated state laws

The work could actually iron out a process for establishing other community colleges around the state.

Exploring New Research on Pre-K Outcomes

This Policy Brief analyzes 15 research studies on the effectiveness of pre-K outcomes in programs across the country and finds evidence of sustaining effects beyond kindergarten.

AAON donates $1.25M to Winifred, Montana Public Schools to honor founder Norman Asbjornson

Asbjornson attributes a large part of his success to his hometown, which has a population of less than 200.