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Erica Mackey, CEO Of MyVillage – A DotCom Magazine Exclusive Interview

Erica Mackey is the CEO of MyVillage. Erica is a thought leader, influencer, visionary, and successful entrepreneur.

Help wanted: From high tech to fast food, Bozeman wrestles workforce shortage

Access to childcare is a problem across Montana, and it can also be a barrier in recruiting qualified members of the workforce, according to the labor department’s report for the city.

Experts discuss lack of dependable child care in Montana

The Montana Department of Labor and Industry reports that the Treasure State ranks 40th in the nation for dependable child care.

Oregon invests $2 billion in education – and early education

“…now we can finally invest in an education system to empower every single student on the path to realizing their dreams for the future,” Oregon Governor Kate Brown said in a Tweet.

Only 40% of U.S. kids are flourishing

School-age children were considered to be flourishing if their parents reported that three things were “definitely true” about their children:

The Childcare Solutions to Support Your Workforce Summit – 5/29 – Helena

You are invited to join business leaders from across the state to discuss innovative and attainable child care solutions to attract and retain the highest quality employees in Helena on May 29.

Although future funding is uncertain, Anaconda and Butte preschool programs plan to continue

Efforts to expand preschool funding and to create a statewide pre-K program were unsuccessful this session, forcing state-supported programs like those in Butte and Anaconda to brainstorm how they can penny-pinch over the next two...

Too many kids aren’t ready to learn when they start school. Can a preschool-lite program help?

“They’re coming in not able to socialize as well as the other kids,” she said. “Sharing is difficult for them, they’re very impulsive. If there’s a disagreement, the first thing they want to do is...

Some Montana school districts to end added preschool classes after state funding expires

“It’s a program that actually prepares kids – just gets that sponge oriented right so that it’s ready to accept knowledge and the education that we’re providing in kindergarten, first, second, third, all the way...

Montana Legislature Rejects State Funding For Preschool

The four Republicans on the committee voted against the proposal Thursday while two Democrats supported it.


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