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Voters to Decide on Tech Levy for Missoula Schools

On May 7, Missoula County Public Schools will ask voters to approve of a new technology levy, which, if passed, will help fund new computers, train staff, and pay for the licenses for certain software programs.

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Montana Christian Ranch the Subject of Anderson Cooper 360 Investigation

A national news program takes on the Montana State Legislature and a small Christian youth ranch near St. Ignatius.

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Kindergarten Teacher Fired for Letting Students Taste Her Blood

It wasn’t your run-of-the-mill show and tell.

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Enrollment Stories Very Different at University of Montana and Montana State University

Enrollment is quite literally the lifeblood of a university system and over the past year Montana's two big public universities, Montana State University and the University of Montana have very different stories to tell when it comes to new enrollment.

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Sex Education in Kindergarten Is About to Become a Reality

How early is too early to teach sex education?

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Montana Democrats Give the Legislature a ‘D’ for Performance at Transmittal Deadline

Montana democrats issue a report card for the legislature.

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New Montana Law Requires Drivers to Stop 30 Feet Behind School Buses With Flashing Lights

Today, Feb. 28, House Bill 155 was signed into law by Governor Steve Bullock. The bill updates laws concerning school buses.

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School Board Votes to Close Historic 1889 Grantsdale School in Hamilton

The school bell outside Grantsdale Elementary in Hamilton has been ringing for classes and recess since the school's founding by Henry Grant in 1889. After a school board decision on Monday, February 25, however, Grantsdale's bell will ring to let children loose for the last time on June 6 of this year.

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Academic WorldQuest Coming to Missoula

On February 26th, 2013, nearly 250 high school students from around the State of Montana will compete at the 9th annual Academic WorldQuest (AWQ) competition organized by the World Affairs Council of Montana!

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Montana Senate Attempts to Revamp Education Funding

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — The state Senate is endorsing a revamp of education funding that both increases school money and cuts property taxes.

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