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This site includes links, data, contacts and statistics to facilitate public access to information about the Office of Public Instruction and Montana's K-12 schools.
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- What's required for Home Schooling?
Question: For a variety of reasons, we are pulling our child of the remainder of the school year. We will also be home schooling beginning next year, and I understand what is required for full year home school. What I am unclear about is what we should be doing, if anything, to advise the state ...
- Diploma verification
Whom do I contact to verify a person’s high school diploma? Contact the high school that granted the diploma. Find contact information for the schools in the Directory of Montana Schools: http://www.opi.mt.gov/Resources/Directory/Index.html or at the Find a School link http://data.opi.mt ...
- How can school districts combine or merge?
There are two ways that school districts can merge: school district annexation (MCA 20-6-422) and school district consolidation (MCA 20-6-423). I've given you the Montana Code/Statute for these. You can find the full statutes for these two citations at: http://data.opi.mt.gov/bills/mca_toc/20_6 ...
- What is PDF?
PDF (Portable Document Format) is a unique type of cross platform file format developed by Adobe.
- I'm not able to watch your videos. I have Windows 2000.
We broadcast in the MPEG-4, H.264 video standard. At this time, QuickTime 7.x is the only universal media player that supports H.264. H.264 requires a modern operating system capable of processing large amounts of data. As we move to the realm of High Definition (HD 1080p, 720p and 480p) you w ...
- Please send me information about how to home school in Montana.
The Office of Public Instruction receives dozens of calls each year from people with questions about private/nonpublic schooling. Many request OPI provide a summary of Montana law pertaining to home schooling. This document outlines key statutes re: private/nonpublic schools in Montana. The s ...
- What is the relationship between tribes and the states?
Given that the United States and tribes have a sovereign government to sovereign government relationship; states do not have any power over tribes within their territories, and vice-versa. The U.S. Constitution vests authority over American Indian affairs in the federal government and therefore, ...