While not fully representative of students and educators across the state, the responses give the office an idea of trends.
Wyoming high schoolers who'd lost friends to suicide had asked for the legislation to combat one of the nation's highest suicide rates.
"It's intended to create a rising tide at all different school system levels," Lance Melton, executive director of the Montana School Boards Association, told the committee Monday.
Dell Fritzler, who starred in multiple sports at Lodge Grass and won a state title as a coach at Plenty Coups, passed away two weeks ago.
Teachers in Atlantic County are calling on the governor to halt plans for a return to in-person education this fall in favor of all-remote learning.
Florida educators have filed a lawsuit seeking to overturn the state's emergency order that forces schools to open for in-person instruction next month.
Educators in New Jersey will soon have a cheaper option for health insurance that could create $1 billion in cost savings for both teachers and school districts.
Throughout New Jersey, educators, parents and school boards are wondering just what school will look like in September as the state remains under a public health emergency due to COVID-19.
New Jersey Education Commissioner Lamont Repollet will become the new president of Kean University this summer, the college announced Monday.
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Coronavirus shutdowns will claim the rest of the school year for some of Billings youngest students.
With the likelihood of schools reopening April 6 looking slim, educators are actively working to continue educating students however they can.
It's impossible to visit Ben Steele Middle School, 5640 Grand Ave., without learning something about the renowned World War II hero, artist, t…
The Ocean City School District was among the 11 new Lighthouse Districts announced Wednesday by the state Department of Education, an honor recognizing substantial academic improvement.
A state program that would have offered professional workers grants and tax breaks to settle in rural Montana didn’t pass muster at the state Legislature this year.
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GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — With research showing children exposed to high levels of trauma are 32 times more likely to have learning or behavioral problems in school, local teachers are eager to learn better ways to interact with their students.
When Cody Allen walked into a meeting last week with youth writing educators Brittani Hissom and Ashley Warren, he was greeted with cries of “…
The state's lead educator for American Indian-focused topics will leave the Office of Public Instruction for a job with a regional education c…
Only 14 states and the District of Columbia pay their teachers more than Wyoming, which also has one of the lowest student-to-instructor ratios in the United States, according to a recent report by the National Education Association.
Students will be able to learn about winter ecology, public lands conservation and minimizing impacts upon the land through a new program being offered this winter.