News of the Day

Thursday, August 26, 2010
By Faith Moldan

Independent Record

Allocation of 'jobs bill' money still in question

Billings Gazette

Groseth outlines goals for MSUB at Legislature

First day back to school greeted with enthusiasm and optimism
Decisions not made on school funding
Getting ready for the first day of school
Gazette opinion: Test results: Middle school matters, rigorous classes pay off


Nancy Pickhardt resigns from Missoula school board, cites 'distraction'

Most of Montana's brightest high-schoolers head to MSU, out of state

Bozeman Chronicle

Hawthorne School getting $2.5 million update

Glacier Reporter

Manpower, Housing gather for YouthBuild wind project

Great Falls Tribune

Attention drivers: Great Falls schools back in session

First day of school an all-new experience for kindergarteners, seventh graders, ninth graders


Local grads fare well on 2010 ACT
Bigfork schools miss AYP
School district's funding of new school legal

Mont. Superintendent of Public Instruction visits Culbertson
It's time to 'Walk-n-Wheel' with Shelby youngsters
School begins this Monday
Charlo swings away
Valier Library changes hours to accommodate town's student athletes
Juneau reports Montana students continue to score higher than the national average on ACT exams

Hardin schools make progress under No Child Left Behind
Council approves schools request on busing change
Writer uses population decline to debunk school proposal
Reader urges others to do research before school vote
Meth Project names winners
New year gets under way
Shocking news: Union supports a left-winger!
Forke joins teaching staff at Mount Olive
Montana FFA officers 'follow the grain' to export terminals in Portland, Ore.
Memories of teaching: Welcome back to school
Rachel's Challenge hits Sidney schools Monday
Good start for playground campaign
2010-11 school year - Head of state education to be at 3 schools next week
Suicide Prevention - Help build hope for your children
Miles City girls top state in meth art contest
Veteran teacher takes on new roles
Wave of New Teachers Part of School Budget Solution
Funding to remain flat for college program
Editorial: Support teachers and students as school year begins

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