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Historic Grantsdale School to Reopen This Fall as a Private School

In 2013, one of Montana’s longest running schools closed its doors for what many thought would be the final time, but it appears that fear will be short lived.

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Helena Public Schools Shut Down, Again, Because of Bomb Scare

Parents in Helena are going to have another frazzled and confusing day as students at all public schools are being evacuated because of a bomb threat, the third in one week.

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Photo courtesy of Hanna Minsky
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University of Montana Enrollment Drops by 971 Students, Decline “Expected”

The University of Montana released its 2014 spring enrollment numbers today, February 27, and are reporting total enrollment of 13,544 students, a decrease of 971 students from last fall. 

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Most Montana Eight-Year-Olds Not Proficient at Reading, Study Says

The recently released National Association of Education Progress report for 2013 used standardized test results to show that most American eight-year-olds (66 percent) were not proficient at reading. The numbers, as collated by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, show that Montana children fare little better.

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Big Sky Resort (photo Michelle Wolfe)
Big Sky Resort (photo Michelle Wolfe)
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Boyne Excellence In Education Awards Go To 8 Big Sky Teachers

I had no idea that Big Sky Resort gifted a season pass to all Big Sky K-8 students. They have also announced eight recipients of their Boyne Excellence In Education Award. Those teachers will also receive a season pass for this coming year.

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(Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
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Yes Virginia, In Real Life There Are Red Pens And Trophies

Every day I'm in my classroom. No, not the brick and mortar academic kind — the classroom of real life. It’s an amazing learning experience.

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Flickr Photostream by La Melodie
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What’s The Best Investment? — YOU!

Most people don’t usually think of themselves as an investment. Don’t you have a vested interest in where your life is headed?

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Billings Teacher Confesses to Rape of 14-Year-Old, Receives 30 Days in Jail

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — A former Billings Senior High School teacher who pleaded guilty to raping a 14-year-old student who later committed suicide has been sentenced to 30 days in jail by a judge who said the victim was "older than her chronological age" and "as much in control of the situation" as the teacher.

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379693 17: Teacher Tina Cheuk of "Knowledge is Power Program" (KIPP) Academy takes questions from her class October 4, 2000 in The Bronx, New York. The Knowledge Is Power Program educates 200 middle-school students, mostly poor black and Latino neighborhood children, housed in a hallway on the fourth floor of a regular Bronx public schooI. Because of strict discipline where each student gets two hours of homework a night and a regular school day runs nine-and-a-half-hours, including Saturdays and throughout the summer, test scores are the highest in the Bronx. Governor George Bush of Texas, where another KIPP school is run, singled out KIPP for praise during his presidential debate against Vice President Al Gore. (Photo by Chris Hondros/Newsmakers)
379693 17: Teacher Tina Cheuk of "Knowledge is Power Program" (KIPP) Academy takes questions from her class October 4, 2000 in The Bronx, New York. The Knowledge Is Power Program educates 200 middle-school students, mostly poor black and Latino neighborhood children, housed in a hallway on the fourth floor of a regular Bronx public schooI. Because of strict discipline where each student gets two hours of homework a night and a regular school day runs nine-and-a-half-hours, including Saturdays and throughout the summer, test scores are the highest in the Bronx. Governor George Bush of Texas, where another KIPP school is run, singled out KIPP for praise during his presidential debate against Vice President Al Gore. (Photo by Chris Hondros/Newsmakers)
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The Dumbing Down of America

I think we’ve all seen late night talk show hosts do the “man on the street” segments asking passersby about current events and laughing at how out of touch some people are about daily life.

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(Photo by Joe Corrigan/Getty Images for Bing)
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Simple Math: Common Core = School House Rocks [VIDEO]

Who remembers School House Rocks?  Was it the Common Core of the 1970's?  In your reply - show your Math.

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