Feedback has started to come in about our newly released strategic plan, “Education Evolving: Maine’s Plan for Putting Learners First.” We appreciate the constructive suggestions and comments from those who have taken time to read the document, and we actively encourage more feedback.
As the feedback trickles in, some of the initiatives outlined in the document are already moving ahead.
— Stephen Bowen
- No administrative letters this week.
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NEWS & VIEWS
Brooklyn Pinkham couldn’t wait to enroll in culinary arts classes at Capital Area Technical Center. When she did, she started excelling in school, and now she’s headed for a career as a chef with a goal of appearing on Food Network. By Brooklyn Pinkham | More
Morgan Horn has incorporated internships, job shadows, college-level classes and independent studies into a customized course of study that will let her graduate from high school a semester early to pursue studies in medicine. By Morgan Horn | More
Kaytie Scully has turned her high school experience around with the help of a personalized learning plan that’s allowed her to work toward a Certified Nursing Assistant certificate while earning high school credit. By Kaytie Scully | More
Our strategic plan is still fresh, but some of the initiatives outlined in the document are already moving forward. That means we’re making progress on our move to an education system centered around the needs of students. By Stephen Bowen | More
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