WHEN EDUCATION OFFICIALS TALK, NO ONE UNDERSTANDS. HERE ARE 4 PHRASES DECODED

WHEN EDUCATION OFFICIALS TALK, NO ONE UNDERSTANDS. HERE ARE 4 PHRASES DECODED

July 31, 2015 · Bangor Daily News
When it comes to education, there is no lack of public opinion. Since virtually everyone has had some significant experience in the classroom, we have also formed our own opinions on education. These opinions are built from our own unique vantage point and often vary widely.
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NOT ALL MAINE STUDENTS LOOK FORWARD TO SUMMER VACATION

NOT ALL MAINE STUDENTS LOOK FORWARD TO SUMMER VACATION

June 08, 2015 · Bangor Daily News
Teachers would like to think we send our students off for a happy vacation of fun, sleeping late and socializing with friends. Sadly, however, that’s not always the case.
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IT STARTS WITH ONE: BEHIND THE SCENES OF MY SCHOOL’S OUTDOOR TRANSFORMATION

IT STARTS WITH ONE: BEHIND THE SCENES OF MY SCHOOL’S OUTDOOR TRANSFORMATION

May 30, 2015 · Bangor Daily News
The power of one plus one is exponential. Our community learned this firsthand five years ago when a landscape architect and a cookbook author reached out to our elementary school.
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POVERTY, FAMILY STRESS ARE THWARTING STUDENT SUCCESS, TOP TEACHERS SAY

POVERTY, FAMILY STRESS ARE THWARTING STUDENT SUCCESS, TOP TEACHERS SAY

May 19, 2015 · The Washington Post
The greatest barriers to school success for K-12 students have little to do with anything that goes on in the classroom, according to the nation’s top teachers: It is family stress, followed by poverty, and learning and psychological problems.
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HOW COMMON CORE STANDARDS IMPROVED TEACHING AND LEARNING IN MY CLASSROOM

HOW COMMON CORE STANDARDS IMPROVED TEACHING AND LEARNING IN MY CLASSROOM

April 15, 2015 · Bangor Daily News
It is impossible to discuss education today without uttering the words, “Common Core.” Today, these two words have achieved the same status as Harry Potter’s nemesis Voldemort, or “he who must not be named.”
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MAINE EMPLOYERS PLANNING TO HIRE MORE THAN 140 PAID COMPUTING AND IT INTERNS IN 2015

MAINE EMPLOYERS PLANNING TO HIRE MORE THAN 140 PAID COMPUTING AND IT INTERNS IN 2015

January 28, 2015
Fifteen Maine companies and organizations have committed to help strengthen the chance that today’s college students will find full-time employment by hiring more than 140 paid computing and IT interns this year. Students will get real-world experience and earn a paycheck, averaging $16 per hour.
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NOMINATE A TEACHER OF THE YEAR

NOMINATE A TEACHER OF THE YEAR

January 19, 2015
Do you know a great teacher? Someone who inspires students? A teacher who is a leader in the profession? Here is your chance to nominate them for County Teacher of the Year!
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WELCOME ED CERVONE, EDUCATE MAINE'S NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

WELCOME ED CERVONE, EDUCATE MAINE'S NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

December 21, 2014
The board of Educate Maine, a business-led education advocacy organization, is pleased to announce that Edmund "Ed" Cervone has joined the organization as executive director.
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EDUCATING MAINE: WHAT IS YOUR ROLE?

EDUCATING MAINE: WHAT IS YOUR ROLE?

December 20, 2014
Educate Maine has launched "Educating Maine", a campaign to engage Mainers about the roles they can play in student educational experiences and educational attainment.
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2014 “EDUCATION INDICATORS FOR MAINE” REPORT

2014 “EDUCATION INDICATORS FOR MAINE” REPORT

December 19, 2014
The second statewide snapshot of Maine’s education pipeline, from early childhood through post secondary education, has been published by Educate Maine, a business-led education advocacy organization.
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