Thomas College, Educate Maine partner

Thomas College, Educate Maine partner

April 06, 2017 · University Business
Thomas College’s Center for Innovation in Education and Educate Maine’s Maine Teacher of the Year program announce a new partnership to help Maine’s future teachers thrive.
 
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REPORT: MAINE HIGH SCHOOLERS GRADUATING AT HIGH RATES BUT NOT COMPLETING COLLEGE ON TIME

REPORT: MAINE HIGH SCHOOLERS GRADUATING AT HIGH RATES BUT NOT COMPLETING COLLEGE ON TIME

October 28, 2015 · Mainebiz
The report by Educate Maine found that although 87% of Maine high school students graduated in 2014, only 48% of Maine students graduated college on time, which is 11 percentage points lower than the New England average. That gap increased by 5 percentage points from 2007 to 2013.
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REPORT PROVIDES A SNAPSHOT OF EDUCATION IN MAINE

REPORT PROVIDES A SNAPSHOT OF EDUCATION IN MAINE

October 28, 2015 · WCSH
The report, from the business led advocacy group Educate Maine, showed progress in key areas. It also revealed a troubling gap that continues to widen between the achievement of students from low income families, compared to students from higher income families.
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EDUCATE MAINE RELEASES 2015 “EDUCATION INDICATORS FOR MAINE” REPORT

EDUCATE MAINE RELEASES 2015 “EDUCATION INDICATORS FOR MAINE” REPORT

October 27, 2015
"Education Indicators for Maine 2015" reports where Maine students stand within ten education indicators, compares them to students throughout New England, and connects benchmarks to each indicator. This year’s report finds both progress in some areas and a widening achievement gap among students from lower-income families.
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REPORT: POVERTY CREATING ACHIEVEMENT GAP FOR MAINE STUDENTS

REPORT: POVERTY CREATING ACHIEVEMENT GAP FOR MAINE STUDENTS

October 27, 2015 · MPBN
A newly released report highlights the growing "achievement gap," where low-income children are falling behind their counterparts when it comes to meeting standards in reading and math. The report, called Education Indicators for Maine, shows progress in some key areas, such as increased access to early education and better high school graduation rates. 
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EDUCATION REPORT: MAINE LOW-INCOME STUDENTS LAG BEHIND PEERS

EDUCATION REPORT: MAINE LOW-INCOME STUDENTS LAG BEHIND PEERS

October 27, 2015 · Bangor Daily News
Educate Maine presented its 2015 Education Indicators for Maine, a report that examines the state’s education pipeline from pre-kindergarten through college, during an event in Portland. This is the third consecutive year Educate Maine has shared its findings.
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KING, PROJECT>LOGIN CELEBRATE MAINE AS A TECHHIRE REGION

KING, PROJECT>LOGIN CELEBRATE MAINE AS A TECHHIRE REGION

August 26, 2015
Maine was designated as a TechHire Community by the White House as part of an initiative launched by President Obama in March 2015. This recognition, awarded in Washington, D.C., on Aug. 4, was given because ten influential Maine-based employers have committed to recruiting and hiring qualified candidates, regardless of where they obtained their digital knowledge and technical experience.
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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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MAINE 2015 TEACHER OF THE YEAR ANNOUNCED

MAINE 2015 TEACHER OF THE YEAR ANNOUNCED

October 02, 2014
Maine's 2015 Maine Teacher of the Year is Jennifer Dorman of Skowhegan Area Middle School. She is the 2014 Somerset County Teacher of the Year.
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LUMINA FOUNDATION FEATURES EDUCATE MAINE AS A STRATEGY LAB CHAMPION

LUMINA FOUNDATION FEATURES EDUCATE MAINE AS A STRATEGY LAB CHAMPION

May 22, 2014
The Strategy Labs is an open platform for leaders and influencers in all 50 states to come together to share research, data and professional experiences to advance Goal 2025--to increase the proportion of Americans with high-quality degrees, certificates and other credentials to 60 percent by 2025.
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