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How the digital divide leaves students behind, and what we should do to fix it

We should use those realities as a “north star” to build a new, inclusive education system. She said this means transforming public education into “a racially and socially just and equitable system that prepares every student — every one —to succeed in a diverse and independent world.”

Zillow to hire 2,000 employees — but they won’t all be in Seattle as distributed model takes root

Even as Zillow accelerates hiring, many of the new workers won’t be based at the company’s headquarters — and that could be yet another blow for a battered downtown Seattle.

Flathead Valley Community College Schedules Virtual Workforce Opportunity Fairs for multiple dates in April

Event sponsorship opportunities at various levels are available to employers.

We decided to give our team every other Friday off. Here’s what happened

Looking to help its pandemic-stressed employees strike a better work-life balance, this tech startup went to an alternating four-day workweek.

Q&A: How to Attract Young People to a Rural Region

Concern about attracting young people will sound familiar to most rural residents, but especially to “public-lands communities.” These are populated areas – towns and small cities – that lie near large swaths of publicly owned land like national parks, Bureau of Land Management holdings, and national and state forests.

Great Falls native Dane Storrusten scores Emmy win for modern-media strategy by following his passion

More than anything, Dane wants young adults growing up in communities like Great Fall to know that following your dreams is worth more than any paycheck. Winning an Emmy may not be your dream but it is totally attainable with consistent work.

Bay Area’s migration is real, but Postal Service data shows California exodus isn’t

Only 3.7% of the households and businesses that filed address changes in five Bay Area counties from March to November 2020 left California, a total of 4,264 move outs, according to the data.

5 things emotionally intelligent leaders do to retain remote workers

Retaining remote workers requires intention, and a bit of extra effort, but it can pay off in significant ways.

The Power of Empathy in Fort Belknap, Montana

It’s a place where the land shapeshifts, where golden sunlight dances in vast green hayfields and then slips into crooks and folds of the blue-hued Little Rockies. I can see why the Nakoda—or Assiniboine—and Aaniiih Nations of Fort Belknap describe this land as the closest place to heaven you can get.

Rethink Youth: Elevate Student Voices Into Community Conversations

On this panel, both students and community leaders will come together to elevate the importance of student voice in community and philanthropic initiatives. This panel will examine how education systems and municipalities can develop and support youth participation and empowerment.