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Education officials threaten to cut Montana funds

Denise Juneau
NICK WOLCOTT/CHRONICLE

Denise Juneau, Montana's superintendent of public instruction, speaks with the Chronicle on May 10, 2011.


HELENA (AP) — Federal education officials are warning that Montana must get in line with its No Child Left Behind benchmarks by Aug. 15 or risk losing some of its funding.

Education Secretary Arne Duncan sent Montana education superintendent Denise Juneau a letter on July 1, followed by a formal notice, saying the state is out of compliance with its requirements for determining Montana schools’ adequate yearly progress for the 2010-11 school year.

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