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Montana schools receive grants

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Superintendent of Public Instruction, Denise Juneau, announced 22 Montana schools will receive grants to increase the number of students who graduate from high school prepared for college and careers.

The $150,000 will support graduation matters initiative across the state. Townsend was among the existing graduation communities that will receive $10,000 for their program.

The OPI reports Helena's graduation rate increased from about 75 percent in 2010 to about 82 percent in 2011.


Story by Kristin Price, Beartooth NBC.
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