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Juneau talks future of Montana’s rural schools

 

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Education policy tends to use a blanket approach that leans to the urban side, but that's not what's best f o r Mo n t a n a s c h o o l s , s t a t e Superintendent of Public Instruction Denise Juneau said. Lawmakers on the federal level don't realize just how rural, or even frontier-like, Montana is with its one student per square mile spread across the state, she said while visiting Havre Thursday. "You can just walk through a school, and you can see the devastating affects with dwindling enrollment," Juneau said. "And communities where people are leaving for jobs or for whatever other r...



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