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Denise Juneau

November 6, 201310 months ago

OPI and SAF award $50,000 in grants for college

Twelve Montana communities will receive $50,000 in grants from the Graduation Matters Montana Student Assistance Foundation College Readiness Fund this year, with grants ranging from $2,000 – $5,000. Read more
June 17, 20131 year ago

Juneau holds Graduation Matters summer summit in Bozeman

Community-based dropout prevention efforts to take center stage Read more
January 25, 20131 year ago

State graduation rate continues trending upward, $150,000 in grants available for Graduation Matters Initiatives

Superintendent of Public Instruction Denise Juneau has made dropout prevention her priority Read more
December 12, 20121 year ago

Welch withdraws application for recount

Juneau officially reelected as Supt. of Public Instruction Read more
June 19, 20122 years ago

Educators gather in Bozeman to focus on student success and school climate

More than 850 participants are participating in the Montana Behavioral Initiative Summer Institute at the MSU campus in Bozeman June 18-22. Read more
February 9, 20122 years ago

Montana students show aptitude on AP exams

A record number of Montana students took Advanced Placement exams in 2011. Read more
October 5, 20112 years ago

First statewide forum on science, technology, engineering and math education

"The K-12 system must create a pipeline of students with the necessary skills to go on to higher education in these fields, and businesses need to be ready to hire these students when they complete their education." - Supt. Denise Juneau Read more
September 9, 20113 years ago

$7.6 Million Striving Readers Literacy Grant awarded to Montana

Grant will improve school readiness and success from early childhood through grade 12 in language and literacy development. Emphasis will be on closing achievement gaps in all student groups including low-income students, students with disabilities, American Indian students and limited-English proficient students. Read more
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