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Consider the value of your public school in your Montana community

I learned that the politics surrounding the anger in our country, mostly focused on COVID-19 and its harsh impact on our lives, has been staged in Montana and with propaganda driven by entities outside of Montana and social media.

FoodCorps Suspends Farm-to-School Programs at Seven Montana Schools

“I’m sad that the national recourses are no longer available, but I am hopeful that the can-do spirit of Montanans will shine once again to keep getting healthy, local food to Montana kids.”

University of Montana’s Women’s Entrepreneurship Program Receives Grant to Expand Online Classes

The $125,000 grant will allow W.E.L.L. to build awareness around inequities for women in business, highlight the ways men can support women and develop additional programming for budding entrepreneurs no matter where they live in the state, said Morgan Slemberger, director of the W.E.L.L. program.

Rural Montana schools are understaffed. Licensing obstacles are making it worse.

Last year, 137 Montana schools employed unlicensed teachers, more than half of them in rural areas. MTFP partners with The Hechinger Report to investigate how continuing barriers to teacher certification are impacting administrators, teachers and classrooms.

MATR Launches The Montana Community Map. Would you like to be the “Keeper” of your community?

What’s great about each Montana community and what’s happening to make it a truly wonderful place to live or visit like career and real estate opportunities, housing and broadband availability, child care facilities, social activities etc.

Help us assess market for additional child care services in the Great Falls area

This is part of our efforts to help our workforce recover from the pandemic and help employers recruit the great workers they need.

$100 Million: University of Montana construction projects set to break ground

“We have the dining hall, we’re gonna update Knowles Residence Hall, we’re going to build a new museum of art and culture here on campus, so it’s going to be a really exciting time.”

Missoula Library opening May 3, with precautions

Bray says the library is checking to see if people will have to sign in for entry. But security guards will be stationed with bracelets to limit people’s time in the building to one hour.

Women striving forward amid pandemic, but still need support – Pursue Your Passions at the University of Montana

The Pursue Your Passions program builds educational, experimental and entrepreneurial programs for Montana women to create more equitable, prosperous and collaborative futures for all.

Bullock: The humbling privilege serving as Montana’s governor

The future holders of this office will inherit a better state for our kids and grandkids. To keep leaving it better, let us never lose sight of the opportunity and feeling of promise every kid growing up here deserves.