National Education Association
One by one, seven Billings teachers explained their ideas to administrators who had dropped by to listen.
CHEYENNE — National Education Association members need to get boots on the ground and tell people about the changes they have made in students’ lives.
For 30 minutes, Eileen Sheehy, a history and U.S. government teacher from West High and Montana’s 2013 teacher of the year, had to instruct a panel of judges on the intricacies of the second amendment.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The one-sized-fits-all national requirements of No Child Left Behind would give way to standards that states write for themselves under legislation Senate Democrats announced Tuesday.
BOZEMAN — Tenured faculty at Montana State University have voted to decertify the union that has represented them for the past four years.
CASPER, Wyo. — A narrative over the past 30 years about failing public school systems has devalued and diminished the role of educators, National Education Association President Dennis Van Roekel told members of the Wyoming Education Association on Saturday.
CASPER — Representatives from nearly every school district in Wyoming are gathering in Casper for the Wyoming Education Association's annual delegate assembly.
CASPER, Wyo. - The National Education Association says Wyoming spent $15,997 per public school student in 2011, ranking it fifth among states in spending.
HELENA — The state Board of Personnel Appeals decided Thursday it needs more information before ruling on an appeal by public sector unions of a hearing officer's rejection of their unfair labor practices complaint over the Legislature's rejection of a pay raise.
HELENA — Various businesses, trade associations, unions, advocacy groups and government agencies spent $5.7 million seeking to influence the 2011 Montana Legislature, reports filed with the state political practices commissioner’s office show.
CASPER, Wyo. — More first-time teachers are bringing their out-of-state educations to Wyoming, and money is the reason, according to a report released Thursday.
HELENA — The Schweitzer administration and the state's three major public employee unions reached a tentative agreement Wednesday on a pay raise for state employees over the next two years.
HELENA - When foundations invest in nonprofit advocacy and organizing efforts, it can pay off for families and communities, a new study that covers Montana concludes.