Next Friday is packed with events for Maine educators, and I’m excited to be right in the thick of it.
While I’m presenting Maine’s Career and Technical Education Teacher of the Year award at our annual CTE conference in Lewiston, educators gathered in nearby Gardiner will be linking Next Generation Science Standards to the Common Core at the Maine Science Teachers Association’s fall conference.
Registration for both conferences is still available at the links above. I’m looking forward to seeing many of Maine’s teachers and administrators Friday, October 5.
— Stephen Bowen
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NEWS & VIEWS
High school and community college career and technical education teachers will have a chance to discuss alignment of curriculum to Maine and industry standards, innovations in the trade areas and exemplary practices in the world of work at the annual CTE conference Friday, Oct. 5. | More
You might not think a teenager who earned good grades and had plenty of friends would have any trouble in high school, but Missy Nolette-Bald faced major struggles at home. She says she would not have had the tools to succeed if not for her Jobs for Maine’s Graduates teachers. | More
This spring, the Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) and the Mitchell Institute selected two exemplary, globally minded students from current Mitchell scholars to participate in an innovative diplomacy internship. | More
New and experienced gifted and talented educators will have a chance to learn new skills and practices at a mentoring workshop sponsored by the Maine Department of Education. | More
International students engaged in interactive learning last week to better understand Maine’s effort to utilize its coastline. | More
Two student leaders from Maine will be selected to participate in the 51st annual United States Senate Youth Program to be held in Washington, D.C. | More
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