21st Century Learning
Framework for 21st Century Learning
View the Framework for 21st Century Learning
Partnership for 21st Century Skills
The Partnership for 21st Century Skills is the nation’s leading advocacy organization focused on infusing 21st century skills into education. Maine became the sixth state to join the Partnership in July 2007.
High School Diploma Requirements
Click here to view final report of stakeholders group and other meeting materials
Maine’s 21st Century Community Learning Centers Program
Student learning doesn't stop after the final bell. Educators and policy makers have begun to show increasing interest in programs designed for non-school hours, especially those designated for after school. A lot of emphasis has been placed on after-school programs for three primary reasons. First, attendance in after-school programs can provide children with supervision during a time when many might be exposed to or engaged in more antisocial and destructive behaviors. Second, after-school programs can provide enriching experiences that broaden children's perspective and improve their socialization. Third, and a more recent emphasis, after-school programs can perhaps help improve the academic achievement of students who are not accomplishing as much as they need to during regular school hours.