Glitches Plague Testing Online in Three States - Education Week

Technical woes struck three states last week as they tried to administer Smarter Balanced exams.

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3 Districts Making Progress on High-Speed Internet

Experts say that fiber-optic cable is still the "gold standard" for providing schools with high-speed connections to the Internet, but for many districts, accessing complete fiber networks remains a challenge.

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Montana Seeks Waiver to Replace State Tests

Montana has submitted a letter to the U.S. Department of Education asking for approval of its plan to drop its statewide math and English/language arts testing in 2014.

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Legislative Briefs

Problems Mount for Pensions - Education Week

The Montana Teachers Retirement System needs an infusion of $633 million to avoid running out of money by 2055, consultants hired by the system said.

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Indian Education - Education Week

At least five Northwest states have academic curricula and standards that address Native American culture and history, according to a study.

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Kiddie Algebra - Education Week

Teachers are introducing algebra concepts to pupils in the early grades by tapping their intuitive math skills.

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States Seek to Recover Taxes Lost to Federal Lands - Education Week

Thirteen Western states that are home to more than 93 percent of the nation’s federally owned land have formed a coalition to lobby Washington for an annual $4 billion in lost local and state property-tax revenues on the federal land, nearly $1.9 billion of which would have gone to pay for public education.

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Montana Approves Hike in Education Spending

Gov. Brian Schweitzer, who in November 2004 became the first Democrat to be elected governor of Montana since 1988, has signed a two-year budget that significantly increases spending for elementary and secondary education.

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States Resist Meeting K-12 Spending Levels Ordered by the Courts

As a series of recent high-profile cases have shown, more than ever, school finance plaintiffs are finding it is easier to win at trial than in the lobbies of the state capitol.

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Montana short of test mandate, will honor company contract - Education Week

3 Districts Making Progress on High-Speed Internet - Education Week

Experts say that fiber-optic cable is still the "gold standard" for providing schools with high-speed connections to the Internet, but for many districts, accessing complete fiber networks remains a challenge.

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Montana Seeks Waiver to Replace State Tests - Education Week

Montana has submitted a letter to the U.S. Department of Education asking for approval of its plan to drop its statewide math and English/language arts testing in 2014.

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Education Groups Say Montana Budget Too Thin - Education Week

Students Set Sail Through Federally Funded Program - Education Week

Some Montana schools missing vaccine benchmark, data shows - Education Week

Legislative Briefs - Education Week

Montana refuses to pay until testing company returns results - Education Week

State gets $1 million grant for college readiness programs - Education Week

Broadband group to test school Internet speed, plan upgrades - Education Week

Survey: Montana youth smoking, drinking, meth use down - Education Week

Student barred from sports team appeals to Supreme Court - Education Week

Math-Modeling PD Takes Teachers Beyond the Common Core - Education Week

A pilot professional-development program funded by the National Science Foundation introduces elementary school teachers to a method of advanced problem-solving.

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School districts lenient on new vaccine law - Education Week

Some school districts lenient on new vaccine law - Education Week

Montana scores well among states where all grads took ACT - Education Week

Religious schools excluded from new tax-credit scholarships - Education Week

Lessons Sought on Serving Native American Students - Education Week

State schools chiefs are looking to Montana for help in addressing the academic and community needs of one of the nation’s most disadvantaged populations.

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Public weighs in on scholarship tax credit rule proposal - Education Week

Lawmakers polled on barring religious schools from program - Education Week

Public mulls exclusion of religious schools from tax credit - Education Week

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