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The world’s top economists just made the case for why we still need English majors

English majors are down 25.5 percent since the Great Recession, just as world’s top economists say we need more ‘storytellers’

Missoula’s after-school Flagship program seeks funding, volunteers

Flagship offers three to four after-school programs every day in schools around Missoula.

Helena Entrepreneurs showcase their new businesses at Demo Night

“This is a really big opportunity for me to pitch my products and my brand, to a whole bunch of people that I don’t know, which is such a big deal.”

University of Wyoming board approves timeline for hiring next president

The governor urged the board to avoid the temptation to pick a “familiar face.”

Missoula schools planning to use Northwestern Energy solar panels for research

“Our future leadership is in the schools coming up, and they need to understand as much as they can about renewable energy, solar in particular, and this is an opportunity to do that.”

FVCC’s Early Childhood Center Earns National NAEYC Accreditation

“We are proud to have earned the mark of quality from NAEYC and to be recognized for our commitment to reaching the highest professional standards,” FVCC President Jane Karas said.

“America, It’s Time to Talk About Child Care.” A new report – Creative solutions to Missoula’s child care crisis

“Right now, the U.S. economy loses an astounding $57 billion per year in revenue, wages, and productivity as a result of child care problems,” the report warns.

MSU receives funding for five-year project to educate teachers to fill jobs in rural Montana

“Our common goal is to ensure that every student, from Broadus to Lolo, and from Scobey to Troy, has access to highly effective educators,”

Scholarships to promote volunteerism among Montana high school students

High school students who frequently volunteered throughout the last 12 months are eligible for Serve Montana’s Youth Serve Montana Scholarship.

How Steve Bullock would boost K-12 school spending and make community college free

He proposed giving tax credits to employers who help their employees pay off student debt.


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