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State Auditor’s Office Reminds Students to Bring Insurance, Both Car and Renter’s

Classes at the University of Montana will begin Monday morning and Jesse Laslovich with the state auditor’s office wanted to give students one last reminder as well as some helpful advice about starting college and for some, moving to a new state.

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Friday Fun Facts About Back to School

City Montessori School in Lucknow, India boasts the largest school population with an enrollment of 32,000 students. I wonder how full detention is?

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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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BERLIN - SEPTEMBER 18: Fourth-grade students read books in the elementary school at the John F. Kennedy Schule dual-language public school on September 18, 2008 in Berlin, Germany. The German government will host a summit on education in Germany scheduled for mid-October in Dresden. Germany has consistantly fallen behind in recent years in comparison to other European countries in the Pisa education surveys, and Education Minister Annette Schavan is pushing for an 8 percent increase in the national educaiton budget for 2009. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)
BERLIN - SEPTEMBER 18: Fourth-grade students read books in the elementary school at the John F. Kennedy Schule dual-language public school on September 18, 2008 in Berlin, Germany. The German government will host a summit on education in Germany scheduled for mid-October in Dresden. Germany has consistantly fallen behind in recent years in comparison to other European countries in the Pisa education surveys, and Education Minister Annette Schavan is pushing for an 8 percent increase in the national educaiton budget for 2009. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)
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Life Picks You; You Don’t Get To Pick It

Things like drive, ambition and initiative are not taught in school but often surface when and idea presents itself.

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UPDATE – Missoula Superintendent Alex Apostle Resignation Press Conference [WATCH]

Missoula County Public School District One Superintendent Alex Apostle will be leaving town at the end of the year.

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University of Montana Looks to Increase Communication Between Campus, Prospective Students and Increase Enrollment Numbers

A recent decline in enrollment at the University of Montana has led the admissions office and its staff to take a step back and look at alternative approaches when searching for prospective students and enrollees at UM.

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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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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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Kalispell Public School Choirs Will Sing in Church Despite Opposition Letters

This week, the American Civil Liberties Union and the Freedom From Religion Foundation sent formal letters to the Kalispell public school system, asking them not to send choirs from three Kalispell highschools to a public event held at a church.

"It's a community open house at the Mormon church in which the

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