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  • Gazette Staff

Former Belgrade Public School superintendent Candy Lubansky was announced as the Deputy Superintendent of Public Instruction on Monday.

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Several community across the state will split a $200,000 grant as part of Montana's Graduation Matters program, which targets improving Montan…

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Montana's top Indian education official was named to President Barack Obama's National Advisory Council on Indian Education on Friday. Mandy S…

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The Montana Office of Public Instruction is looking for people to serve on a committee to review updated science content standards.

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After glitches bogged down standardized testing in many Montana schools last spring, it was easy to point fingers.

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A plan to make sure quality educators are equitably spread across Montana schools was approved by the federal government last week. The plan m…

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State officials unveiled a new resource for teacher training this week.

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Cole Barnes has cerebral palsy. The Senior High junior uses a wheelchair and has limited motor skills.

  • Associated Press

HELENA — The first female Native American elected to a statewide office in Montana is setting her sights on Congress.

About 50 Republican legislators implored Montana’s congressional delegation to reject $40 million in federal preschool grant funding in an Aug…

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The Montana Office of Public Instruction received a $750,000 annual grant for the next five years to improve professional development systems …

On Wednesday, ZooMontana introduced its newest resident to the public — a 4-year-old male Canada lynx named Opi.

The state Office of Public Instruction has received $1.9 million for Mental Health First Aid training, a program designed to increase communit…

  • By SUSAN OLP

    Of The Gazette Staff

Four of the lowest-performing schools in Montana recently got some good news.