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Bullock adds Bozeman High dual enrollment program to education ideas

Gov. Bullock visits Bozeman High School
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Gov. Steve Bullock chats with Bozeman High graduate and MSU freshman Larry Bratke, 18, and Shannon O’Brien, policy adviser for education prior to their meeting to discuss dual enrollment programs Thursday afternoon. The event was part of the governor's five-day back-to-school tour.

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After seeing the successful partnership between Bozeman High and Gallatin College, Gov. Steve Bullock wants all Montana students to have a chance to gain college credit and experience before they graduate from high school.

On Thursday, Bullock spent a few hours in Bozeman learning more about Gallatin College and the part it plays in the high school's dual enrollment program.

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