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Application for approved status as an online learning provider

Those organizations seeking to be added to the list of approved online learning providers in Maine will complete the application for review by the Maine Department of Education. This application consists of three sections, each of which must be completed in order for an application to be considered for approval. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed.

Completing the application

The application will be completed online. It does not allow for starting and stopping during the completion process, so a copy of the application is provided here to allow applicants to gather all materials before submission: PDF of application

The application for approval should be submitted electronically by visiting here

Each application must include the following:

  1. An overview of the online learning provider’s demonstrated experience outlining how the requirements in 20-A MRSA Section 19153(2)(A-G) are to be met.
  2. A Certificate of Assurances that addresses additional requirements as outlined by the Maine Department of Education.
  3. A completed online learning provider profile.

Please note that URLs linking to additional documents as supporting evidence are acceptable, and these documents can also be submitted via email and/or mail. Additional documentation and questions should be directed to:

David Patterson, Educational Specialist
Department of Education
23 State House Station
Augusta, Maine 04333
207 215-4150
david.patterson@maine.gov

Applications received for review by the Department of Education will be processed within 15 business days, and if approved, the online provider submitting the application will be notified within that time frame and added to the list of approved online providers available on the Department of Education website at http://www.maine.gov/education/technology/molp/approved.html

Applicants who are denied approval or renewal are eligible to submit an appeal. To appeal the Commissioner’s decision, applicants who are not approved may file an appeal to the Commissioner of Education for reconsideration within 15 business days of notification of denial. The provider must provide specific, objective information that details the basis for their appeal. The Commissioner of Education shall act upon the appeal and notify the applicant in writing whether the appeal was approved or denied within 45 business days. This deadline for acting on the appeal may be extended if additional information is required from the applicant.

If you wish to review the applications of currently approved Maine Online Learning Providers, please visit their application page: