Cognizant-ATG opened its new office building in the Old Sawmill District on Thursday where dignitaries joined Gov. Greg Gianforte and corporate leaders in praising the company's desire to train and hire Montana employees for jobs in the tech industry.
The U.S. Supreme Court’s conservative majority on Monday questioned the legality of race-conscious policies in college admissions, as the justices weighed two cases that could upend the admissions process many colleges use to try to boost diversity on campus.
Researchers say parents of children in primary education are further apart than ever in what they believe children should learn at school, including about gender identity and slavery — based on whether they vote Democrat or Republican.
A new analysis of data from Oregon schools during the 2021-22 school year shows statewide school staffing levels are rebounding from pandemic declines, but on-time graduation rates have dropped and chronic absenteeism remains a problem.
During the pandemic, the colleges and universities struggled to attract the students that are already hard to recruit, such as first-generation college students and students from low-income households.
Voters will be asked whether they “approve” or “disapprove” of Little and the Idaho Legislature using the state’s $2 billion budget surplus to pay for $500 million in tax rebates, while approving ongoing income tax cuts and directing more than $410 million annually to public education and career training.