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Duncan Koler Won’t Like This

When Hellgate High School opens its doors next fall, nearly 100 students will begin a course of study that will test their minds in a way they’ve never been tested before. Similarly, the debut of the International Baccalaureate Programme – commonly known as IB – will test the Missoula County Public Schools district’s commitment to leading education in a different direction. Hellgate will be only the second high school in the state to have adopted IB and its rigorous, two-year education, testing and assessment model. Flathead High School was the first in 2004 and began handing out IB diplomas in 2006. (The private Missoula International School is also an IB school in the Primary Years Programme)/Jamie Kelley, Missoulian. More here.

Question: Are you an IB supporter?




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