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MAPS (Media Arts in the Public Schools) Media Institute goes online

MAPS Media Institute will shift exclusively to an online format for its summer 2020 courses, a natural move for an organization that teaches media arts.

These companies plan to make working from home the new normal. As in forever

Square wants employees to be able to work where they want in an environment that suits them.

Mark Zuckerberg on taking his massive Facebook workforce remote – “We’re unlocking remote hiring.”

A bunch of the people who leave the company, who are good people who we would want to keep — the reason that they leave is because they want to move somewhere that we don’t support.

7 Slack secrets that will change how you communicate with coworkers

Save time and enhance your messaging environment with these little-known, super-useful options.

12 road-tested team building activities that work for real-life remote teams

These exercises are key because understanding each other on a personal level means we can communicate more effectively and have an easier time distributing roles and responsibilities across the team.

Montana Senator Jon Tester says pandemic has shown big need for better broadband

We’ve got some work to do on high speed Internet, broadband, cell service. They’re all connected.”

Bitterroot College future depends on complicated state laws

The work could actually iron out a process for establishing other community colleges around the state.

Exploring New Research on Pre-K Outcomes

This Policy Brief analyzes 15 research studies on the effectiveness of pre-K outcomes in programs across the country and finds evidence of sustaining effects beyond kindergarten.

More Productive from Home: Governments Learn to Love Remote Work

Despite some hurdles, government through remote work is performing better than expected.

Tester to Senate Leadership: Schools Can’t Afford to Lose More Teachers & Workers

He also recently announced that the Montana Governor’s Emergency Education Relief Fund would receive more than $8.7 million in funding to bolster education in the state.