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Constitutional showdown: Montana school choice case heads to U.S. Supreme Court

“This is a ruse to siphon off money from public education,”

The Montana University System MUS 2-Year Commission to Explore Connections Between Education and Workforce – 1/27 – Helena

The meeting will focus on partnerships between 2-year campuses and industry and on ways of helping Montana students identify career pathways and postsecondary educational options.

Reach Higher Montana Helps Students Apply to College, Will Level the Playing Field for all Montanans

The portal will be at the center of the 2020 College Access Week, when high school seniors are encouraged to submit applications during the school day.

$1.1M child care center for 200 set for vacant Missoula school building

The Missoula Area Chamber of Commerce, Missoula Early Learning Center, Missoula County Public Schools and other partners announced Wednesday that the facility will open in late 2020.

U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation – “Building Bridges Creating Strong Partnerships for Early Childhood Education”

What do businesses and parents have in common?

They both benefit from affordable, high-quality child care.

University of Montana launches nation’s first joint wildlife biology and public administration degree

“Employers have consistently indicated a need for students majoring in wildlife biology to have a stronger foundation in public administration and policy,”

U.S. Sen. Jon Tester last week announced a $1.5 million grant for Child Start, Inc., a Missoula-area Head Start program that works to enrich the education of low-income children.

“In order to be successful, our kids need access to a quality education,” U.S. Sen. Jon Tester

California governor wants to expand preschool and create new early child development department

“We don’t want to go slow here. We just want to do this right. It’s high-quality access to affordable preschool and child care. Let us not make the mistake of getting ahead of ourselves. Let’s do this right and thoughtfully,” Newsom said.

The Real Cost of Closing Rural Schools

While the financial benefit of closing small rural schools is questionable, the political, economic, and social costs are all too real.

FVCC offers hands-on experience for Kalispell high school students

Hundreds of students from Glacier High School and Flathead High School learned about the importance of careers in the trade industry on Thursday.