Friday, December 6, 2013
Leaders were urged to take a stand, and colleges were among the first.
Grants from the Perloffs directly to teachers lead to hundreds of learning efforts that often become self-sufficient.
They try a third time for state approval while two other groups file for brick-and-mortar charter schools.
Maine’s only in-hospital educator helps sick kids stay connected to their studies and provides a break from the medical anxieties.
The benefits far outweigh the costs, the bill’s proponents say, and parents would decide whether to enroll their kids.
To ensure impartiality, she wants a third party to review the disciplinary actions taken against two dozen high school athletes.
The superintendent is investigating a possible conflict of interest after players are urged to attend a private facility where their baseball coach teaches.
The University of New England is the latest institution of higher learning in Maine to go smoke-free, and the prohibition will include electronic cigarettes and all tobacco products.
The Portland native is the longest serving member of the board.
Two of seven campuses show increases, but an overall trend has officials looking at nontraditional recruitment.