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  1. Report to the Governor & State Board of Education on the Montana State Industrial School, Miles City by Gordon R McLean, 1953
  2. The public school system of Butte, Montana, historical, descriptive and illustrative
  3. Report of the survey of the feeble minded in Montana under the direction of the State board of education by Montana. Dept. of Public Instruction., 1919-01-01
  4. Rules and regulations of the State Board of Education concerning the granting of state and life diplomas: Adopted June 7, 1897 by Montana, 1897
  5. Biennial Report of the Montana State Board of Horticulture to the Legislative Assembly of the State of Montana for the Years ('1900) by Montana. State Board of Horticulture, 2010-07-24
  6. All Deliberate Speed: Reflections on the First Half-Century of Brown v. Board of Education by Charles J. Ogletree, 2004-04-12
  7. Proposed constitutional amendment 30 to eliminate the Montana Board of Regents: An analysis within U.S. public higher education governance and Montana University System historical contexts by David Aronofsky, 1996
  8. Montana education law handbook for administrators, teachers, school board members and parents by David Aronofsky, 2000
  9. When wagon trails were dim: Portraits of pioneer Methodist ministers who rode them by Paul M Adams, 1957
  10. The public school system of Butte, Montana, historical, descriptive and illustrative
  11. When Wagon Trails Were Dim by Paul M Adams, 1957
  12. When Wagon Trails Were Dim. ...Portraits of Pioneer Methodist Ministers

61. Education & Computer Connection
This education site has a thematic, multicultural, interdisciplary unit for students on immigration.Category Society Issues Immigration...... Colorado School Districts. montana Public Schools. State Regional educationAgencies. State boards of education. Federal Government Agencies.
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Texas Education Connection TAKS Workshops 2002-2003 TAKS/Bluebonnet Books More TAKS Tips, Resources Texas Educator's Resources ... Texas Universities/Colleges Curriculum Subjects Biology Earth Science/Geography/Geology Science Geography ... World History Mulit-Cultural Holidays/Celebrations American Indian Hertiage Month Black History Month Presidents' Day César Chávez Day Independent Units of Study Online Projects for Students Teddy's 100th Birthday Celebration! Penquins Home Educators Vocabulary Test Home Schooling Resources For Kids Only Coloring Pages For Kids Only Harry Potter Web Quest Tech Kids: WWW Basics 101 ... Trivia for Kids Students On-line References/Facts Homework Helper Links The Homework Connection The Art of Making Plant Dye ... Kid's Search Engines Public School Administrator Public School Administration Resources Alaska School Districts Colorado School Districts Montana Public Schools ... National Councils/Educ. Associations

62. Montana
METNET also runs an education professionals' online computer planning and developmentin montana communities and county governments, planning boards and the
The Information Technology Plan, a biennial publication developed by the state's Information Services Division, describes Montana's present and planned telecommunications infrastructure development and programs. The plan's objectives are to:
  • Maintain and expand a state information technology infrastructure and network
  • Bring long-range information technology benefits to the people of Montana
  • Support management of state information technology resources from an enterprise perspective
  • Promote research and implementation of emerging technologies.
1995 legislation established the Montana Blue Ribbon Telecommunications Task Force to examine Montana's telecommunications infrastructure and make recommendations before September 1996 to the legislature and governor. The task force will broadly examine telecommunications and its impact on the state and is specifically directed to consider the concept of universal science. The task force's recommendations should promote policy and legal changes to "meet customer needs, remove barriers, [and] enhance competitiveness and economic development." Four of its members come from the state legislature and eleven were appointed by the governor from telecommunications users and providers in the state.
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63. Kellough Familly Of Montana - Home Page
Stevensville, montana 59870 United States of Market Place Message boards Recipes Singles Church Bodies Congregations education Individuals/Families
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64. St. Peter Lutheran Church (LCMS) Whitefish,Montana - Main
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65. Education At Montana Fish, Wildlife Parks
Contact Susan Thomas, Environmental education Coordinator, Wenatchee to handle specimens,clipboards, a journal Contact Wendy Moore, montana Natural History

66. The Montana Standard
We are not adequately funding education in montana worth the extra money,'' said LanceMelton, executive director of the montana School boards Association
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Bill to weaken DUI law up for debate
By Courtney Lowery of The Standard State Bureau

HELENA A bid to weaken first-offense DUI penalties was slipped quietly into a bill designed to toughen DUI punishments, causing concerned lawmakers to set another hearing on Senate Bill 37 before it gets to the House floor.
A House Judiciary subcommittee amended SB 37, which increases DUI penalties, to shield first offenders from license suspension and from the conviction being public information. The new provision spurred House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Shockley, R-Victor, to call another hearing for the bill today.
`` We're going to hear all the complaints,'' Shockley said.
The Montana Insurance Association and the state Justice Department have voiced opposition to the amendment, which had gone unnoticed until recently. The Justice Department opposes it for several reasons, including the new language's murky compliance with federal regulations.
`` We do the dance to keep federal regulations,'' said Assistant Attorney General Brenda Nordlund. She said the provision could jeopar dize the state's commercial driver's license program and its federal highway funding.

67. National CTE Links
National School boards Association Nationwide organization development assistanceto education, government, community of Alaska, Idaho, montana, Oregon, and
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Curriculum Units - challenging, real world-of-work scenarios that are ready for classroom delivery. For the full story, visit the TDL web site Contact Ninette Forte , TDL Coordinator You Are Here: Home National CTE Resources
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68. Accountability Publications
agencies and multiinstitution governing boards to find of public institutions ofhigher education in the Negotiating Faculty Productivity The montana Case by
Accountability Publications
PUBLICATIONS HOME ACCOUNTABILITY HOME Network News: Focus on Educational Accountability
November 2001
Deregulation of State-Level Academic Program Policies
by Rhonda Martin Epper, January 1999, $10.00, DocID: 26144
Deregulation of State-Level Academic Program Policies stems from meetings held during August 1998 in which SHEEO executives and academic officers discussed future directions for academic program approval and review. The report describes some of the creative steps states are taking to renew and streamline program approval and review so that these processes are less bureaucratic and burdensome to institutions. Among the changes described are: (1) shifting from input to outcome criteria; (2) taking a more proactive and collaborative role in program development; (3) strengthening the decision role exercised by campus boards; and (4) deregulating the distance learning approval process.
Focus on the Customer: A New Approach to State-level Accountability Reporting and Processes for Higher Education
by Sandra S. Ruppert, Educational Systems Research, July 1998,$12.00, DocID: 25821

69. WES - Required Documents - Teaching Certification Information - Information For
Alaska, montana. Arkansas, Nebraska. Useful Links regarding Teacher Certification.National Association of State boards of education (NASBE).
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Teacher Certification Boards that accept WES evaluations are listed below. These boards generally require our Course-by-Course report. You will also find Useful Links at the bottom of the page which provide information and further links related to teaching.
Important - always check directly with the Board(s) to which you are applying to learn their specific requirements regarding eligibility, documentation and cr edential evaluation for foreign-educated candidates. (Last updated December 1, 2002) Alabama Missouri Alaska Montana Arkansas Nebraska California Nevada Colorado New Hampshire Connecticut New Jersey Delaware New Mexico District of Columbia North Dakota Georgia Ohio Guam Oklahoma Idaho Pennsylvania Illinois Rhode Island Indiana South Dakota Iowa Tennessee Kansas Texas Kentucky Utah Maine Vermont Maryland Virginia Massachusetts Washington Michigan West Virginia Minnesota Wisconsin Mississippi Wyoming Useful Links regarding Teacher Certification National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE) National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) P.O. Box 745, Old Chelsea Station

70. League Of Conservation Voters Education Fund: Vote Environment: About The Issues
Elected officials from zoning boards and county commissioners to more information,please visit the montana Conservation Voters education Fund.
Clean Water and Mine Pollution
What will you do to ensure that mining does not destroy our water quality?
Montana taxpayers are faced with paying significant reclamation costs of mining operations, some which have ceased, because state bonding requirements were insufficient to cover reclamation costs. Do you support or oppose increasing requirements for reclamation bonding?
For more information contact or
Sprawl and Overdevelopment
Many cities and states across the country are struggling to find ways to preserve open space and curb suburban sprawl. If elected, how would you address this problem?
Wilderness Protections
What is your vision for protecting and managing America's natural resources and public lands now and for future generations?

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71. Montana Music Educators Association - Archive
according to Lance Melton, Executive Director of the montana School boards Association identifythe ³Best 100 Communities for Music education.² She has
Cadenza Archive Articles from recent issues of Cadenza , the Official Journal of the Montana music Educators Association
The Inclusion of Native American Music in Share the Music K ­ 8 Materials (Published in the Jan. 2003 issue of Cadenza)
Part 2
by Dr. Mary Jane Belz,
Music Education Specialist
University of Montana

Music educators interested in presenting Native American music traditions to their students frequently look to currently published music series for good teaching materials and strategies. Share the Music K ­ 8 , published by McGraw Hill in 2000 is one of the newly published series which have been purchased by many school systems throughout the U.S.
This article is Part 2 of a report on research conducted for purposes of identifying Native American music included in the resources for each Share the Music K - 8 grade level. Part 1, published in the Fall 2002 Cadenza , identified the types of teaching strategies suggested by Share the Music authors for presentation of Native American music to children. Also identified was the fact that of the four non-mainstream-American cultural groupings presented, Native American inclusions ranked lowest. Part 2 of this report examines the inclusion of cultural connections as well as an overview of the specific tribes identified in the materials. In conclusion, the author will suggest several implications of this study for music educators.

72. Contact Information And Web Sites
Site http// montana State Board of Nursing 301 SouthPark PO Box State Board of Nursing License Certification and education 4330 S
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Montgomery, AL 36130-3900 Phone: (334) 242-4060
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Contact Person: N. Genell Lee, MSN, JD, RN, Executive Officer Web Site: Alaska Board of Nursing
550 West Seventh Avenue Suite 1500
Anchorage, Alaska 99501-3567

73. PhysicianBoard: Physician Licensing Boards
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PO Box 110806 Juneau, AK 99811 Arizona Arizona Board of Medical Examiners 1651 E. Morten, Suite 210 Phoenix, AZ 85043 Arkansas Arkansas State Medical Board 2100 Riverfront Dr., #200 Little Rock, AR 72202 California Medical Board of California 1426 Howe Ave., Suite 52 Sacramento, CA 95826 Colorado Board of Medical Examiners 1560 Broadway, Suite 1300 Denver, CO 80202 Connecticut 150 Washington St. Hartford, CT 06106 Delaware Board of Medical Practice State of Delaware PO Box 1401 Cannon Bldg., #203 Dover, DE 19903 DC DC Board of Medicine 614 H St., NW Room 108 Washington, DC 20001 Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation Division of Technology, Licensure and Testing Norhtwood Center 1940 Monroe St. Tallahassee, FL 32399 Georgia Georgia Composite State Board of Medical Examiners Geogia State Medical Board 166 Prior St., SW

74. Nurses Forum - Nursing Boards
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Phone: (334) 242-4060
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Executive Director: Judi Crume, RN, MSN Executive Officer Alaska Alaska Board of Nursing Div. of Occupational Licensing 3601 C Street, Suite 722 Anchorage, AK 99503 Phone: (907) 269-8161 FAX: (907) 269-8156 Executive Director: Dorothy Fulton, RN, MA Executive Director Arizona Arizona State Board of Nursing 1651 E. Morten Avenue, Suite 150 Phoenix, AZ 85020

75. Officials Praise, Blast School Funding Bills - Local News -
Lance Melton of the montana School boards Association said the bill with the governor'sbag of tricks actually would cannibalize education funding, while
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Officials praise, blast school funding bills
By PETER JOHNSON Tribune Capitol Bureau HELENA Education officials praised one Senate public school funding bill Wednesday as visionary, predictable and generous and blasted a rival bill introduced for Gov. Judy Martz as deceptive, difficult to enforce and stingy. Four Martz administration officials were the only supporters to testify for Senate Bill 323, sponsored by Sen. Duane Grimes, R-Clancy. Nine representatives of teacher unions, school trustees, the Office of Public Instruction and the State Board of Public Education opposed it at the Senate Finance Committee hearing.

76. HIV Evaluation Manual - Introduction
education; Brenda Z. Greene, National School boards Association; Gwendolen ColoradoState Department of education; Spencer Sartorius, montana Office of
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The Handbook for Evaluating HIV Education Introduction
School districts across the nation have responded to the threat of AIDS by preparing students with the knowledge, attitudes, and skills they need to avoid infection with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). In many locales, HIV-related education and infection control policies have been established, curriculum guidelines developed, and educators trained in the delivery of effective HIV prevention education. Based on a recent study of school districts nationwide, 67% required HIV education for students, 90% provided teacher preparation in the area of HIV education, and 71% reported that a school/community advisory committee had been established for the review of HIV education materials. This level of commitment to the provision of HIV education is a necessary and impressive response to the AIDS epidemic. Local HIV prevention efforts are further supported by Healthy People: National Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Objectives.

77. Links To State Education Agencies
Michigan. Minnesota. Mississippi. Missouri. montana. Nebraska. Nevada. New Hampshire









78. Education World® : State Standards
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79. JOBS Plan
certified teachers who will stay in montana to teach Local control Giving schoolboards more decision-making authority and Priority 4 Character education.
The Martz/Ohs J.O.B.S. Plan
Jobs and Opportunities for a Better State
Priority #1:
  • Reorganization of the Department of Commerce to remove barriers for business growth
  • Reduction of the regulatory burden on businesses
  • Focus on job creation, business retention, expansion and recruitment
  • Community-based economic planning
  • Access to capital for business startup and expansion
Priority #2:
  • Prioritize high tech and telecommunications development
  • Advancement of e-commerce and wireless technologies
  • Electronic promotion of Montana-made goods and services
  • Visionary transportation plans emphasizing the creation of economic corridors
  • Prioritization of community infrastructure needs
  • Continued promotion of Vision 2005
  • Trade promotion and commodities marketing
  • Fair, balanced and responsible use of Montana's natural resources
Priority #3: Tax Reform
  • Elimination of the income tax for low income wage earners
  • Across -the-board reductions in income taxes
  • Grace period for property tax due dates
  • Continued emphasis on elimination of the business equipment tax
  • Implementation of Tax Incentives for Workforce Training
  • High tech tax credits
Priority #4: Education
  • Increased teacher pay
  • Promoting student and teacher accountability
  • Promoting vocational education
  • High tech career preparation
The Martz/Ohs Plan for Education
Forming Partnerships, Building Bridges

80. Learning Disabilities OnLine - Finding Help: Montana State Resources
Director Special education Division Office of Public Instruction PO Box 202501Helena, MT 596202501 (406) 444-4429 montana education Website Programs for
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LD OnLine introduces the LD OnLine Yellow Pages ! This exciting new venture brings information about professionals who serve children and adults with learning disabilities and/or ADHD. If you are a professional interested in listing your services, sign-up online now! Select a State Alabama Alaska American Samoa Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Guam Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Puerto Rico Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota

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