Montana’s public school districts are doing a better job of identifying homeless students which has improved connecting students with school, community, and local outreach organizations to provide important services.
The Office of Public Instruction Superintendent Denise Juneau says she plans to make next year's student assessments in math and English mandatory after a technical glitch in April kept 18 percent of the students from completing the test.
The effort to keeps students in school through high school graduation will be starting earlier than ever, thanks to a grant to Graduation Matters Missoula from the Montana Office of Public Instruction.
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