OPI News of the Day- February 13, 2013

Wednesday, February 13, 2013
By Abby Coburn

Independent Record

Capitol High School principal resigns

School employee W-2s show quadruple income

University system tuition freeze, performance standards clear first hurdle

Education budget panel approves K-12 spending aligned with school funding overhaul bill

Accountability for Montana taxpayers

Capitol high physical education program earns national award

*School board honors students for awards in science, robotics, competitions

GOP school choice unexpectedly shot down

Billings Gazette

Obama Wants Expanded Access to Pre-School

Ohio school board votes to keep Jesus portrait up

$5M settlement in Newark triple-murder lawsuit

Study: NCLB waiver weaken grad rate accountability


Hundreds ask MCPS superintendent to return raise

6 apply to fill temporary Missoula County Public Schools trustee position

Butte Standard

'Finger guns' incident upsets parents

Exchange Club to award $4K in scholarships

Bozeman Chronicle

Belgrade teen sentenced for crime spree


*Native American Studies professor one of two MSU professors to receive award

Native American short film by Montana State University available online

Great Falls Tribune

High school students learn hands-on about medical field


Laurel Outlook

It Takes a Village, Graduation Matters Laurel calls for community stakeholders

Hungry Horse News

Montana statesmen among us

Choteau Acantha

Montana sites join suicide awareness organization


One Class at a Time: Arlee School


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