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States Can Foster Job Growth if Lifelong Learning is at Play

I was with Montana Gov. Steve Bullock when he released the newest National Governors Association report, “Governor’s Action Guide to Achieving Good Jobs for All Americans,” at the opening session of NGA’s summer meeting.

U.S. Sees Explosion in Dual-Language Schools

Cet automne, plus d’étudiants américains que jamais
commenceront leur première journée d’école dans une
langue autre que l’anglais.

The Red Ants Pants Foundation Girls Leadership Program Inviting High School Juniors to Participate

The program consists of a cohort of eight girls entering their junior year of high-school, eight female mentors and a team of professional facilitators.

$50,000 grants available to Wyo. early childhood learning providers

The Wyoming Department of Education helps administer these “Early Childhood Community Collaboration Grants.”

University of Montana to Host Annual Student Employment Fair – 9/5

The fair is open to all organizations or departments on- and off-campus that need college students for part-time positions during the academic year. The event is free for UM students.

Expanded preschool-lite programs inspiring optimism at Billings’ South Side schools

The jumpstart program creates a cohort of kids who can be leaders for the peers, helping to accelerate an acclimation process that often interferes with instructional time.

University of Montana-Western reshaped its educational model – Experience One means students “take one single course at a time and learn by doing.”

“We are the only public university in the United States doing this.”

Can career and technical ed prepare more students to enter Montana’s workforce?

“They think ‘Oh, that two-year is for someone else’s kid, not mine’ because they think it’s lesser. But if you look at the job market, it’s not. Two-year is a good choice.” 

How Wyoming Plans to Turn Coal Country Into Coding Country

“Our job is not to contain our kids in Wyoming,” said Craig Dougherty, the Sheridan superintendent. “They need to compete globally.”

Montana State University researchers find service learning program and experiential learning benefits students, too

Nobody as focused on what did it do for the students that was measurable.


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