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The Kids Are Alright – Survey Says They’re Drinking Less But Still Texting And Driving Too Much

The annual Youth Risk Behavior Survey results were released this week by the Montana Office of Public Instruction, and high school students are improving in most areas, while falling behind in others.

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photo by Peter Christian
Denise Juneau
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Graduation Matters Montana Impact Expands With 46 New Grants Totaling $200,000

The Montana Office of Public Instruction has announced that 46 Montana communities will share in a $200,000 Graduation Matters Montana grant.

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photo by Peter Christian
Denise Juneau
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Montana OPI Announces Science Standards Committee Members

Montana's public school science content standards haven't been updated since 2006, so Superintendent of Public Instruction Denise Juneau has selected 17 people to serve on a negotiated rule making committee to begin the process. 

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photo by Peter Christian
Denise Juneau
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LISTEN – More Services Being Offered To Assist Homeless Students

Montana’s public school districts are doing a better job of identifying homeless students which has improved connecting students with school, community, and local outreach organizations to provide important services.

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Are Four-Day School Weeks Successful in Montana?

Since the law for four-day school weeks passed about 10 years ago, 100 small, rural schools with some 5,000 students now use a four-day school week.

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Pupils Receive Their GCSE Results
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State Plans Mandatory Assessment Tests

The Office of Public Instruction Superintendent Denise Juneau says she plans to make next year's student assessments in math and English mandatory after a technical glitch in April kept 18 percent of the students from completing the test.

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Photo courtesy of carleton/Flickr
Photo courtesy of carleton/Flickr
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Academic Achievement Award Given to DeSmet Middle School

The DeSmet School District's middle school has been named a National Title I Distinguished School for continuing to meet federal academic standards. This honor is awarded to just two schools per states each year. [AUDIO]

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