News of the Day


Thursday, September 29, 2011
By Billie LeDeau
(406) 444-5658

Independent Record

Educator forum on Friday

Replication of history

Billings Gazette

2 Glacier High students charged with sexual assault on team bus

Central students get hands-on look at dangers of texting, drinking while driving

Rehberg visits sister's elementary school, learns about Title I

Write every day, Montana poet laureate tells students

Gazette Opinion: Trustees need to build trust, move forward

Missoulian

Missoula County Public Schools gets $393K grant for mental health, counseling

Butte Standard

Butte High School event outlines path for success

Bozeman Chronicle

Montana school leaders see little help in Obama's No Child Left Behind waivers

Great Falls Tribune

Great Falls High senior aims to get students to vote

Educational foundations doing good work for schools

Other

No Child Left Behind: With waivers, Obama offers states flexibility WTVM 9

Will states unleash powerful alternatives to No Child Left Behind? Alaska Dispatch

State Superintendent supports consolidated anti-bullying policy NBC Montana

Unique rally encourages high school freshman to graduate Clark Fork Chronicle

Focusing on the future Hardin Middle School teacher talks bits and bytes Big Horn County News

Proposals wanted for "Healthy, Educated Workforce for Montana" initiative KRTV Great Falls

Healthy Montana Kids aims for 100,000 enrollees KTVQ Billings

Glacier High School investigation complete, 2 face charges KTVQ Billings

Criminal charges filed against two Glacier freshman Flathead Beacon

Butte elementary students to rodeo field trip to Civic Center KXLF Butte

4 Hi-Line schools get aid to help college-bound students Havre Daily News



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