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Senator Steve Daines’s ‘A-PLUS’ Amendment Looks to Increase State, Local Role in Schools and Education

Earlier this morning, Montana Senator Steve Daines introduced an amendment to the Every Child Achieves Act of 2015. This amendment gives more control to state and local education on federal funding, and regulations.

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MCPS To Review Health Enhancement Curriculum This Summer [YouTube]

Following the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision that effectively legalized same-sex marriage in all 50 states, KGVO News reached out to Mark Thane, Superintendent of Missoula School District One, to see how the decision would be reflected in the district's curriculum.

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Elsie Arntezen in Race for Montana Superintendent of Public Instruction

Montana Senator Elsie Arntzen of Billings announced today, June 23, that she is running to replace Denise Juneau as the Superintendent of Public Instruction.

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Power of Parents Program Helps Parents Talk to Kids About Underage Drinking, How to Start Conversations

Three out of every four kids say their parents are the leading influence on their decisions about drinking and that’s why the Department of Revenue’s Liquor Control Division and the Interagency Coordinating Council on State Prevention Programs have partnered with Mothers Against Drunk Driving to provide the Power of Parents program in Montana.

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University of Montana Names Missoula College Dean

The Missoula College has finally named a dean of students.

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Code Montana Now Run by Montana Tech After $220,000 Grant

Code Montana, the free computer programming course offered to middle school and high school students throughout the state, received a bit of an upgrade today, April 28.

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Montana High Schools to Receive Free Copies of the DVD ‘Selma’

We all know that sometimes a High School rarely gets anything new. Well now in the form of a new educational movie, every high school will have some new watching material. Paramount is sending free DVDs of Selma to every high school in America, public and private, as part of the Selma for Students initiative.

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MCPS High School Expansion and Senate Bill 107 Fail in House, Apostle Relieved

Missoula County School District One Superintendent Alex Apostle breathed a sigh of relief on Tuesday, after Senate Bill 107 failed on a 48-52 vote in the House.

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UM Spring Enrollment Down 4.7 Percent From A Year Ago [YouTube]

The numbers are in for spring enrollment at the University of Montana, and they are down 4.7 percent from a year ago, with a total of 12,922 students.

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Lawmaker Revives Bill to Allow Creationism in Science Class

A Montana legislator is reviving a bill that critics say would allow public school teachers to include the concept of intelligent design in science class.

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