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The State of Electric School Bus Adoption in the US

More than 21 million children ride the bus to school in the U.S. and over 90% of these school buses run on diesel fuel, putting children’s health at risk every school day. Diesel exhaust is a known carcinogen, with proven links to serious physical health issues as well as cognitive development impacts. But with more electric school buses on the road, these risks can be reduced greatly.

Let’s Put An End To The Myth That Electric Cars Are Not Suitable For Rural Drivers

The most prominent reason is money — electric cars can save people a lot of it.

What’s fueling this year’s rash of budget shortfalls in many Montana schools?

Citing a federal funding cliff, declining enrollment and an out-of-date state funding formula, some of the state’s largest districts are turning to local voters for help with education levies on the May 7 ballot.

How Montana pays for its public schools, in pictures

We break down the dizzyingly complex recipe that dishes state and local dollars into school district funds across Montana.

University of Montana Partners in $41 Million EDA Funded Headwaters Tech Hub Award

“The Headwaters Tech Hub is a big win for UM, Montana and this entire region of the country,” said UM President Seth Bodnar. “This is a catalyst for what will be a truly transformative impact for our state and region through the advancement of photonic smart sensors for application in natural resource management and autonomous systems.”

New childcare option opens in Missoula

The YMCA had two-hour child care while people were going to work out and they could drop their children off, but this new center is different. The new child care center will be for those who may have to go to work and need to drop their kids for the whole day. 

Zero to Five Montana – June 2024 Newsletter

Not only are we celebrating five years as an organization in 2024, but Zero to Five Montana is happy to announce our official status as a standalone 501(c)(3) organization.

University of Montana researchers admit falsifying records in federal investigation

Braxton Alan Norwood pleaded guilty to falsification of records in a federal investigation.

How This Former U.S. Navy SEAL Prevents Burnout

Madefor founder and former SEAL Patrick Dossett has made managing mental health and burnout his business.

World Language Initiative – Making language and culture education available for all Montanans -How a second language can boost the brain

WLI – MT strives to create accessible pathways to multi-language learning and heightened global awareness. Through making language & culture education available, Montanans will have improved access and desire to celebrate diversity in their communities.