Nominations open for Maine’s 2017 Curriculum Leader of the Year

The Maine Curriculum Leaders’ Association (MCLA) is seeking nominations for Maine’s 2017 Curriculum Leader of the Year through April 14.

The Curriculum Leader of the Year is someone who has successfully served as a curriculum leader (designated curriculum director, assistant superintendent or teacher leader) in public education for at least five years; is a proven champion of curriculum, instruction and assessment policies and practices that enhance learning both within and outside the district; promotes and provides opportunities to learn and to share learning; and develops partnerships and networks with other districts and organizations to support learning.

The Curriculum Leader of the Year is selected by previous awardees and by MCLA’s board of directors. Finalists will be invited to provide the selection committee with additional information. The 2017 Curriculum Leader of the Year will be named in June.

More information is available on MCLA’s web page or contact Heidi McGinley Executive Director, Maine Curriculum Leaders’ Association at director@mainecla.org.

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