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GILLETTE, Wyo. — State Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill says management changes in the Wyoming Education Department are causing the agency to fall behind on providing some education data.
With 2012 in full swing and most, if not all, of our New Year’s resolutions long forgotten, most of us have been busy going about business as usual. We’ve all thought about becoming more productive, cutting unnecessary expenses and maybe someday figuring out how business marketing really wor…
HELENA — Montana ranks near the bottom nationally on using data to track student performance in public schools, says a report released Thursday — but an ongoing data-warehouse project will greatly improve the state’s standing, education officials said.
One of the most important steps that any business owner, non-profit director of member of a board of directors needs to have concern with is what to do in the event of a disaster.