Montana Schools of Promise
Montana Superintendent Denise Juneau has taken on a huge task, but if anyone can lead Montana toward real schools of promise, she can. And MEA-MFT will help every step on the way.
Juneau and the Office of Public Instruction have identified Montana’s five lowest performing high schools, all on high poverty, isolated Indian reservations. OPI has applied for federal School Improvement Grant (SIG) funds to turn these schools around.
The following articles in the Billings Gazette tell the story.
Grant funding would bring significant changes to 5 reservation schools
Hays-Lodge Pole District scuttles plan to take part in ‘Schools of Promise’ program
Questions remain as Lame Deer High School transitions into ‘Schools of Promise’ program