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Why universal childcare is the crucial infrastructure the economy needs

The U.S. lags behind many other countries in both paid leave and accessible childcare, and it’s costing women and hurting the economy.

Montana State Library Hot Spot Lending Program

Every public and tribal college library in Montana is eligible to receive hot spots that they can use as they choose to help their communities.

Idaho Lawmakers mull funding full-day kindergarten statewide

The full-day program has gotten rave reviews from parents and teachers and led to big gains in student learning.

Private Schools Have Become Truly Obscene – Montana House Republicans advance big increase in private-school tax credit

Elite schools breed entitlement, entrench inequality—and then pretend to be engines of social change.

“How to Zoom” is a must have skill set for everyone. Expertise should be a core requirement for all school grades as well as all employees.

Montana’s education system needs to quickly develop curriculum for our future leaders as well as their instructors to give them the abilities to maximize the value of online education.

Today’s TED Talk – Online learning could change academia — for good

Innovations in digital content and virtual reality are ushering in the future of learning, emphasizing why academia must adapt to this new reality and embrace an approach to education that works with students’ needs — not against them.

CBS Sunday Morning Video – Experiential Learning – Forest schools: Lessons in outdoor education – Montana Western University’s ‘Experience One’ Experiential Learning

Forest schools, in which students are instructed outside rather than in classrooms, have become a learning experience for many – and have added benefits in a time of pandemic.

CBS Sunday Morning – “Crip Camp” and the disability rights movement – Disability Rights Montana

The new Netflix documentary, “Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution,” tells the story of teenagers with disabilities who attended an upstate New York summer camp in 1971 would go on to become powerful leaders in the disability rights movement.

Montana Set to Raise Starting Pay for Public School Teachers

“The goal of the TEACH Act is to incentivize local schools to pay beginning teachers more so we can keep new educators in the state,” said the bill’s sponsor Rep. Llew Jones, a Republican from Conrad.

Are kids ready? Missoula County assesses kindergartners’ preparedness. Montana is one of six states that lacks publicly funded preschool.

Montana is one of six states that lacks publicly funded preschool. Montana lawmakers have repeatedly rejected bills that would create a state-funded program. State lawmakers are not considering any bills that would create publicly funded preschool during the 2021 legislative session currently underway.