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Waiver Extension Gives Schools Flexibility
You Can Nominate Maine’s Next Teacher of the Year
Educators, Public Invited to Education Reform Session
Governor Joins Celebration of College Transitions Success
Maine Recognized for Improvements in School Nutrition
Results Released from First NECAP Testing in Maine
AP Participation, Successes Increase
Teachers Honored in State House Ceremony
Maine DOE: Federal Funds Available for Persistently Low Achieving Schools
Seeking Input on Application for Federal Ed Funds
2011 Teacher of the Year Semi-finalists Announced
Exciting News from Falmouth Fourth Graders
DOE Releases School Data
Gendron Accepts National Position
Faherty Sworn in as Acting Commissioner
State Education Board Elects New Chair, Vice Chair
Governor Praises Students for Science, Math Achievements
Governor Baldacci Submits Application for Additional Federal Education Funding
Groups Needed to Feed Hungry Children Over Summer
Waterville Teacher Finalist for National Award
2012 Teacher of the Year Semi-finalists Announced
Maine DOE: Awardees Recognized for Helping Students at Risk
Teachers take active role in focus on training
Maine selected to lead effort on new science standards
Maine submits Race to the Top – Early Learning Challenge application
Bowen presents $25,000 Milken Award to Yarmouth teacher
Maine wins $3.35m to improve special education teacher training
Ed Commissioner asks public for ideas on school accountability and recognition
Bowen unveils strategic education plan
Report calls for expanded access to college courses for high school students
Seeking public feedback on education plan
Poland teacher named 2013 Teacher of the Year
Two Maine schools receive national recognition
Communities asked to create local literacy plans
School choice group explores options for students
Maine releases latest ed accountability results
School Transfer Decisions Refocused On Best Interest of Maine Students
Mainers Finalists For Nation’s Top Teaching Award In Math, Science
Maine High School Students Show Improved Proficiency In Math, Reading
Maine’s Department of Education, University Launch First Statewide Autism Resource, Research Institute
Education Commissioner Applauds Strong Start of New Maine Charter Schools
Maine’s Department of Education Reports Record Number of Mainers Earning High School Credential
Charter Commission Receives Applications For 4 New Schools
Governor LePage, Acting Education Commissioner Rier Recognize Computer Science Education Week
Maine Youth Report Healthier Habits, Struggles With Depression
Maine Charter Commission Advances Applications, Schedules Public Hearings
Maine Department of Education Seeks Summer Food Site Sponsors
Governor LePage, Maine Department of Education and Schools Recognize Digital Learning Day
Nominations Sought for 2015 Maine Teacher of the Year
Education Commissioner Applauds Expansion of Student Learning Opportunities
Maine Department of Education Selects Student Artwork For MLTI Screensavers
Maine Department of Education Bridges Transition To College, Careers With $500,000 In Grants
Maine Department of Education Releases Elementary Student Assessment Results
Maine Department of Education Opens Registration To All Maine High School Students For Free Online AP Classes
Maine Department of Education Prepares 2014 School Report Cards, Outlines Changes
Maine High School Graduation Rates Continue to Climb
Education Commissioner Celebrates Washington County School Improvements On First Day of Report Card Rollout Tour
Maine Department of Education Releases 2014 Report Cards, Congratulates High Performing and High Progress Schools
Education Commissioner to Speak at Merrymeeting Adult Education Graduation
State Supports Proficiency-Based Diplomas, Offers Districts Implementation Flexibility
Maine Department of Education Awards South Portland’s Kaler Elementary $1.6 Million For School Improvement
Maine Partnership Receives National Honor For Serving Military-Connected Children
Longtime Skowhegan Special Educator Maine’s 2015 Teacher of the Year
Maine High School Students Show Improvements In Math, Writing and Science Scores
Maine DOE Awarded $14.8 Million To Expand Public Preschool Access
Nominations Open for 2016 Maine Teacher of the Year
Acting Education Commissioner To Visit Baxter Academy Public Charter School
Acting Education Commissioner To Visit Auburn Schools


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