Educators from around the state will gather in Helena on Friday for the Montana Education Forum: “Building Relationships That Work: A Bridge to Student Success.”

The event at 8 a.m. at the Red Lion Colonial Hotel is  an opportunity for educators and community leaders to come together to discuss important issues affecting classrooms and schools in the Treasure State. It is sponsored by the Montana Professional Teaching Foundation with the intent of initiating engaging conversations between teachers and policymakers.

This year’s topic will showcase several creative relationships in place in several Montana school districts that are positively affecting student success.

For more information contact Marco Ferro 442-4250 or mferro@mea-mft.org.

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