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Creationist Museum Chronicles Birth Of The Universe
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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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MCPS poll
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Missoulians Give Public Schools a ‘B’ Grade in Poll, Indicate Support for Bond Issues

Missoula County Public Schools recently paid a polling firm to gauge the public’s willingness to vote for upcoming bond issues.

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Homeless Bench

More Than 100 Helena Students Considered Homeless

The number of homeless public school students in Helena is rising.

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Portland School Shooting
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Police: Three Conscious After Shooting Outside School

Police say a shooter wounded two boys and one girl outside an alternative high school in what may be a gang-related attack in Portland, Oregon.

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GAO: Oversight Needed of Native American Schools

A government watchdog said that federally run schools for Native American children have misspent millions of dollars — and in one case illegally transferred $1.7 million to an offshore account.

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Target Range School
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Target Range Students Get an Extra Day of Summer Thanks to an Old Pump

Kids at Target Range were supposed to be in class after Labor Day, but a broken pump gave them an extra day of summer instead.

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Former Billings School Administrator Gets Probation for Thefts

A former administrator in the Billings school district has been sentenced to six years of probation after pleading guilty to stealing electronics and selling them at pawn shops.

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i3 Program
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Missoula County Public Schools i3 Program Underway – Second Year Shows Promise

Missoula County Public Schools is proud to announce the start of the second year of the innovative i3 Missoula summer program!

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Pending Teacher Firings Met With Protest in Florence

Hand drawn signs reading, “Save Buckner” were posted outside of Florence-Carlton High School this morning, April 30, after children found out that a beloved German teacher would likely be cut from the staff.

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KIndergarten Class
photo by Katherine Youlet

Missoula County Public Schools Begin Kindergarten Registration April 8 [AUDIO]

Sending kids off to school for the very first time begins officially on April 8, with kindergarten registration at Missoula County Public Schools.

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