Hosted by the USM School of Education and Human Development Advisory Council, the two-hour program features a panel discussion where teams of high school staff will be introduced to resources and action strategies they can use in this important work. USM and representatives from a number of education organizations will participate in this panel discussion.
Panelists will include:
- Glenn Cummings, moderator, USM
- Jeanne Crocker, Maine Principals’ Association
- Diana Doiron, Maine Department of Education
- David Ruff, Great Schools Partnership
Open to the public; $25 registration fee * Net proceeds will support the invested and spendable endowed School of Education and Human Development Community Scholarship fund for students
For more information and to register: http://www.usm.maine.edu/pdc/proficiency-based-diplomas-resources-and-materials-help-you-your-journey