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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.

The Blackstone LaunchPad – COVID-19 Resources for Entrepreneurs

The Blackstone LaunchPad powered by Techstars team is here to help our entrepreneurial community at this unprecedented and challenging time.

Missoula Robotics Team Competes in Salt Lake City

The only FIRST robotics team in Montana, team 3216 MRT walked away with the team spirit award and finishing as a member of the 8th place ranking alliance at the Salt Lake City tournament.

University of Montana MOLLI courses bring Montana’s best teachers to everyone – Course Schedule

Learning for the love of it.

Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist Nicholas Kristof to Lecture at University of Montana – 3/10 – Missoula

“Tightrope” explores the deep structural issues in the U.S. that have negatively impacted Americans’ mental health, substance abuse rates and access to health care ─ issues that have devastated many communities.

How Missoula grows: City leaders have their say

The building boom has been good to some but not as good for others, so city leaders will be on the hook to make sure Missoula grows in a way that benefits everyone on the socioeconomic ladder.

Missoula robotics team gears up for competition

Missoula High School robotics team gears up for this year’s competition! The team is primarily funded through donations. Please consider supporting them and local STEM education by donating to their GoFundMe page.

Missoula County Public Schools wants broad input for new school plan

“We want everyone to participate. We sent the survey to all of our high school students. We want parents, we want community members, whether they have students in the schools or not. They really care about high quality education. So, we think people want to tell us their ideas.” Hatton Littman

6 Teams of University of Montana College of Business Students Compete To Have City Club Missoula Choose Their Web Design

“Experiential learning helps students learn through doing,” said UM management information systems Professor Clayton Looney. “Through hands-on experience working with a local nonprofit, students are better able to apply classroom concepts to solve real-world problems.”

What Missoula community challenge could a group of college students work on next summer?

What emerging dilemma is your city or organization facing? How could a team of curious, resourceful college students contribute to the work being done on this dilemma—at no cost to you?