Talking education in the interim


Last updated 6/21/2022 at 9:15am

As part of my work as a member of the Senate Interim Education Committee, I was in Helena a couple of days these past two weeks participating in meetings. One discussion was how to get quality based CTE — career and technical education — and dual education credits to rural schools at a cost the state of Montana can afford.

The thought is to give rural schools this opportunity through usage of virtual systems. One such program is a CNA — certified nurse assistant — class, which is currently being run out of Miles Community College. While this is an innovative approach, it may be d...

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