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  1. The public school system of Butte, Montana, historical, descriptive and illustrative
  2. International Perspectives on Social Justice in Mathematics Education (PB) (The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast: Monograph 2007)
  3. Montana Education in Perspective 2003-2004 by Kathleen O'Leary Morgan, 2003-09
  4. Montana Education in Perspective 2008-09
  5. Report of a Survey of the School System of Butte Montana by Author Unknown, 2009-04-27
  6. Initiative measure No. 9, relating to consolidation of state institutions of higher education. To be by Montana. Secretary of State, 2009-08-19
  7. Get Smart! A Woman's Guide to Equality on Campus
  8. Get Smart! (Women's Studies Quarterly (99:1-2)) by Montana Katz, Veronica Vieland, 1993-04-01
  9. The Role of Mathematics Discourse in Producing Leaders of Discourse (HC) (Montana Mathematics Enthusiast: Monograph Series in Mathematics Education)
  10. Qed State by State School Guide 1993-94/Colorado/Montana/North Dakota/South Dakota/Utah/Wyoming/Mountains/Plains Edition
  11. A Guide to Montana Museums, Art Centers and Historical Organizations (1990) by Montana Historical Society. Education, 2010-01-18
  12. Montana's Historic and Cultural Resources (1978); A Report to the Forty-Sixth Legislature by Montana. Legislature. Education, 2010-01-18
  13. K-12 Education (2001); 2001 Legislative Session Summary of Legislation Related to K-12 Education by Montana. Office of Public Instruction, 2010-01-18
  14. Postsecondary Vocational-Technical Education Governance (1978); A Report to the Forty-Sixth Legislature by Montana. Legislative Education, 2010-01-18

1. Montana General Education Development Testing Program (GED)
An overview of the montana GED Program including test information and preparation tips.
The Montana General Education Development Testing Program (GED) GED Application Methods Montana GED Testing Centers Duplicate Transcript/Diploma Interesting Facts about GED ... Back to METNET Homepage Overview of Montana GED Program
What Is The GED?
The General Education Development (GED) Testing Program is a battery of tests which measures a student's academic skills as compared to a high school graduate. If passed, a Montana High School Equivalency Diploma is issued which is accepted by institutions of higher education and employees as equivalent to a regular high school diploma.
What Are The Tests?
The GED tests are five tests in the areas of writing skills, social studies, science, literature and the arts, and mathematics. The questions in each of these tests require you to use general knowledge and thinking skills. Few questions ask about facts, details, and definitions. The GED tests are designed to measure the important knowledge and skills, usually learned during four years of high school, that you may have obtained in a different manner.
What Are The Tests Like?

2. 301.10 General Education Block Transfer Policy
Item 89001-R1195, general education Transfer Policy; montana University System,approved by the Board of Regents on March 29, 1996, as revised March 3, 2003 (
Policy and Procedures Manual
Policy General Education Block Transfer Policy
Revised March 3, 2003; Issued March 11, 2003
Board Policy:
1. The Montana University System is committed to facilitating the ease of undergraduate student transfer to its campuses. Therefore, all campuses of the Montana University System will recognize the integrity of general education programs offered by units of the Montana University System and the three publicly supported community colleges and the seven tribal colleges in Montana. 2. To ensure adequate student preparation for transfer, campuses will exclude from their general education core courses that are remedial or developmental in nature such as Introductory or Intermediate Algebra, Reading Improvement, Vocabulary Building, etc. 3. Undergraduate students who have completed, with a cumulative grade-point average of 2.0 (C) on a four-point scale, an approved general education program of between 30 and 45 lower division credit hours at one of the institutions noted above and who transfer to another of those institutions will be deemed to have met the lower division general education requirements of the campus to which the students have transferred. 4. Students who have not completed such an approved general education program will have their transcript evaluated for transfer purposes using the

3. Montana Board Of Public Education
Exercises general supervision over the elementary and secondary schools of the state. Includes information about the board, its meetings and advisory councils, and links to related sites.
Site updated: 7.5.01
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4. Montana Office Of Public Instruction
day of the legislature when general bills need There are many education decisionsyet to be to remember Legislative bills 58th montana Legislative Session;
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5. Find General Surgeon In Montana - Physician Finder
WebMD Find-a-Physician allows you to search a national database of over 500 000 physicians in any one of 57 specialties for the purpose of finding a doctor who meets your needs. When you find a physician you may also look up his medical education

6. General Education In The Montana University System
will permit the student to meet the lowerdivision general education requirementsof taken that will transfer to another unit in the montana University System?
The Montana Transferable Core Curriculum represents an agreement among community, tribal, and publicly-funded colleges and universities in the State of Montana. It assures the transfer of up to 30 semester credits for those students enrolled in courses prescribed within each of eight discipline areas at a participating host institution. The eight discipline areas are: Natural Science (with labs) 6 semester credits max Social Science 6 semester credits max Mathematics 3 semester credits max English Composition 3 semester credits max Humanities 3 semester credits max Fine Arts 3 semester credits max History 3 semester credits max Cultural Diversity 3 semester credits max TOTAL Satisfactory completion of courses listed in the Transferable Core Curriculum for 2001-2002 will permit the student to meet the lower-division general education requirements of the receiving institution.

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8. Brigadier General Harold J. Stearns
Advanced Course 1978 Doctor of education, Administration and Curriculum, Universityof montana 1979 Defense Course 1983 Command and general Staff College
Retired effective Apr 12, 2000 Brigadier General Stearns assumed duties as the Assistant Adjutant General of Montana in January of 1995. As the Assistant Adjutant General he is responsible to the Adjutant General for the Army National Guard of Montana. The General's Career began in 1963 in the Montana Army National Guard. In 1967 he took his Commission as an Artillery Officer. Prior to this assignment, Brigadier General Stearns served as Commandant of the Montana Military Academy, and most recently as the Deputy State Area Commander, Montana Army National Guard.
1962 Bachelor of Arts, Communication Arts, University of Notre Dame
1964 Officer Candidate School
1966 Master of Arts, Western History, University of Montana
1967 Field Artillery Officer Basic Course
1976 Field Artillery Officer Advanced Course
1978 Doctor of Education, Administration and Curriculum, University of Montana
1979 Defense Information Officer Course
1981 Defense Information Senior Public Affairs Course
1983 Command and General Staff College
1988 Army War College, Reserve Component National Security Seminar

9. The University Of Montana School Of Law
career you choose, from smalltown general practice to A quality legal education inone of the most northern edge of The University of montana-Missoula campus.
T he University of Montana School of Law offers an alternative to big, urban law schools. Each year, we enroll approximately 80 students from across the country looking for a hands- on approach to legal education, where students and faculty work closely inside and outside of class. The atmosphere is enhanced by the surrounding Rocky Mountains, where wilderness and recreation offer a break from the rigors of law study.
At UM, people are friendly, and there's a spirit of cooperation, not competition, among the students. We take pride in being a small, student-centered law school, where our faculty share their knowledge and insights gained from practice. Our curriculum is different, too. Since 1911, our goal has been to prepare competent practicing attorneys. While many law schools emphasize legal theory, we integrate theory with practical experience. You will draft contracts, create corporations, counsel clients, negotiate transactions, try a case to a jury and argue an appeal. You can do advanced work in environmental and natural resources law, Indian law, trial advocacy, dispute resolution and business law. You can even pursue joint law and graduate degrees in environmental studies public administration and business administration Because we're a small school, nearly everyone participates in one or more student organizations, such as our law reviews

10. On Montana Education By Joseph Kinsey Howard
montana Family education Savings Program, a taxadvantaged 529 college savings plan, helps you prepay college. College Inflation and general Inflation. History of College Cost Inflation and general Inflation 1958-2002 1958-70 from Digest of education Statistics; 1971-2002 from
IS FINANCING of education in Montana adequate?
IS CONSOLIDATION of schools always good because it saves money?
WHAT CAN WE as Montanans do to stop the drainage of our youth to other states?
WHERE IS the money coming from?
WHY DID our State Legislature refuse to be "stampeded" into definite postwar commitments?
WHAT'S HAPPENING to the public school fund of the State of Montana?
WHAT MUST BE DONE to elevate teaching standards and improve facilities for our schools?

11. Department Of Economics - The University Of Montana-Missoula
Students are advised that the demand in montana high schools for teaching of coursesin this (See the School of education). Electives and general education, 6, 8.
Thomas M. Power, Chairman The Department considers its teaching goals to be three-fold: (1) To present to students the basic theoretical tools of economic analysis, relevant facts and institutional material, which will assist them as civic leaders. (2) To introduce students majoring in economics to the various special fields of study within economics. This training along with extensive work in the other liberal arts and sciences, is intended to instill breadth of intellectual interest, critical habits of thought, a problem-solving attitude and facility of expression. (3) To help meet, through graduate work, the increasing demands for competent professional economists in industry, commerce, government and education. Courses cover general economic theory, environmental economics, monetary theory, international economics, public finance, labor economics, regional and urban economics, economic development, comparative economic systems, econometrics, and economic philosophy. Students may major in economics leading to a Bachelor of Arts degree. Graduate work leads to a Master of Arts degree in economics (

12. Save For College With The Montana Family Education Savings Program And Prepay Tu
montana Family education Savings Program. Charts and Graphs. 1.) A Ten Year History of Private College Costs. 2.) College Inflation vs. general

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A Ten Year History of Private College Costs

College Inflation vs. General Inflation, 1958-2002

College Inflation vs. General Inflation, 1958-2002 (Text Version)

For the ten years ended 2001, college costs rose much faster than general costs.
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13. The University Of Montana - Western Elementary Education
Students may not use general education science courses to satisfy Science 18. * Availablewith BS Elementary education only POLS 373 montana Government, (3) cr
Professional Education Requirements - Elementary Education
All students earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education (K-8) must satisfactorily complete the following courses:
  • ANTH 105 Intro to Cultrl Anthro*, (3) cr.
  • OR
  • PSY 100 Gen Psychology*, (3) cr.
  • OR
  • SOC 115 Intro to Sociology*, (3) cr.
  • ENG 202 Interm Writing*, (3) cr.
  • OR
  • ENG 313 Advanced Comp*, (3) cr.
  • HPE 102 Adult Wellness, 2 cr.
  • ED 278 Expl Cultr Schools/Comm*, 2 cr.
  • Professional Ed Block (7 cr.):
  • ED 301 Found of Education, 2 cr.
  • ED 341 Exceptional Learner, 2 cr.
  • ED 472 Stu Teach Elementary, 10-15 cr.
  • Subtotal of Professional Education Requirements - Elementary: 38-43
* Courses required for admission to the Teacher Education Program (TEP).
See Course Descriptions for prerequisites.

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Elementary Education majors must also complete the following professional education courses. These courses are often referred to as the:
Elementary Ed BLOCK (10 cr.):

14. Facts About Montana Education/August 2001
and pleased to present these "Facts About. montana education." Please visit our website at Board of Public educationAppointed by governor. general supervision and policy

15. Montana Legislative Branch Fiscal Division Report Menu
Report for general Reference. 11/30/2001, Reply Carroll South, Executive Director,montana Board Of Investments, 11/14/2001, education Policy Goals, Pam Joehler.
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The Legislative Fiscal Division Staff members develop several different types of reports. Some standard reports are presented at each Legislative Finance Committee meeting, others are special reports prepared for Legislative requests, many are prepared for the respective subcommittees.
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The reports are grouped in the following categories: Legislative Budget Analysis 2005 Biennium Fiscal Pocket Guides Legislator Training Finance Committee November 19th 2002 ... Finance Committee October 3rd, 2002

16. The DRM Regional Resource Directory: Montana
Disabilities See also Children, general, MultiService National Resources DiabetesMontana Diabetes Resource Syndrome National Resources education See also
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Coalition of Montanans Concerned with Disabilities (CMCD)
For People with Disabilities (Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services) ... (in Missoula County)
Advocacy and Legal Rights
A Guide to Montana's Human Rights Laws (Montana Department of Labor and Industry)
Montana Advocacy Program (MAP)
People First of Missoula
Rocky Mountain Disability and Business Technical Assistance Center ...
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AARP in Montana
ElderWeb: Montana
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Alzheimer's Association - Chapters in Montana
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Arthritis Foundation - Montana Directory
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VSA arts of Montana
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Assistive Technology
MonTECH (Montana's Technology-Related Assistance Program for People with Disabilities)
Family Guide to Assistive Technology (PLUK)
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Blind, Incorporated

17. Education Data
and local government expenditures, general expenditures, higher education, secondaryeducation, social welfare Minnesota, Missouri, montana, Nebraska, Nevada
Data Library
Economic and Government Data
Per-Capita Income [FB02.XLS] Last updated Nov. 26, 2001. Poverty Rates in the Population and Among Children [FB08.XLS] Last updated Aug. 22, 2002. Overall poverty rate, children in poverty, under age 18, United States, SREB States, Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia, Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, D.C., Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Utah, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin, Wyoming, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 Employment and Unemployment in the Civilian Labor Force [FB09.XLS] Last updated Jun. 29, 2001. Civilian labor force, employed, unemployed, unemployment rates, United States, SREB states, SREB states as a percentage of the nation, Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia, Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, D.C., Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Utah, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin, Wyoming, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999

18. Discovering Montana
Departments and subdepartments for the state.Category Regional North America United States montana Government...... Division. Arts Council, montana; Attorney general's Office; Auditor's montana PromotionsDivision. Corrections, Department of; education, Board of Public;
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19. Mars Education Resources
general Public, Space Telescope Science Institute. http// http//
Mars Education Resources
GENERAL WEB SITES The Space Place Mars activities and space facts. All ages (includes primary grades) Jet Propulsion Laboratory The Planetary Society The Mars Millennium Project; Red Rover, Red Rover; Craters Lessons, and Bill Nye the Science Guy, and links to a planetary image gallery and views from Mars! General Public The Planetary Society Astronomical Society of the Pacific Recommended books and articles General Public Astronomical Society of the Pacific The Nine Planets An overview of the history, mythology, and current scientific knowledge of each of the planets and moons in our solar system. General Public University of Arizona Lunar and Planetary Laboratory The National Space Science Data Center (NSSDC

20. Save For College With The 529 Montana Family Education Savings Program And Prepa
Year, College Inflation, CollegeSure CD, general Inflation. College inflation figures195870 from Digest of education Statistics; 1971-2002 from the College

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History of College Cost Inflation and General Inflation 1958-2002
    Year College Inflation General Inflation Geometric Mean (APY)

Quoted on the basis of an academic year. Inflation figures from Ibbotson Associates, Inc. College inflation figures 1958-70 from Digest of Education Statistics; 1971-2002 from the College Entrance Examination Board.
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