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The National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics announced Al Bean, Direcgtor of Athletics is among the 28 winners of the Under Armour Athletic Director of the Year Award.
Tom Nash is now president-elect of the Commission on Adult Basic Education's board of directors. Tom Nash earned a Masters of Science degree in Adult Education in 1992 from the University of Southern Maine.
Through a generous three-year grant from the Reading Matters to Maine Fund of the Maine Community Foundation, the SMART program will provide free and low-cost reading tutoring for children in kindergarten through grade 5.
In the May 6, 2013 edition of the Portland Press Herald's Off-Campus Rachel Brown writes that school psychologists offer critical support to Maine students. These professionals respond to small and large crises and help youths stay on track to graduate.
National attention is currently focused on the topics of college and career readiness. In Maine, student enrollment and performance in college has been an ongoing discussion as state educators and legislators consider how to best prepare our high school graduates for bright, successful futures. According to a recent study released by the Maine Education Policy Research Institute (MEPRI) at the University of Southern Maine (USM), several commonly held beliefs about Maine’s college preparation and participation rates may be inaccurate.
Flynn Ross, Associate Professor of Teacher Education, wrote an Off-Campus piece in the Portland Press Herald on Monday, March 11, 2013 on how equity ensures excellence in Maine schools and nation-wide. Ross states, " Investment in early childhood education and a high-quality teaching force are two of the primary strategies for correcting our decline."
Dr. Jeffrey Beaudry, an associate professor in the Department of Professional Education, discusses concept mapping, “graphicacy,” and other ideas in visual literacy in a recently published interview with IGI Global.
Dr. Murphy, professor emeritus of counselor education, has received the Scholarship Award of the University of Maine’s Center for Community Inclusion and Disability Studies (CCIDS) for his vision and leadership in disability scholarship. He also provided the distinguished lecture at the CCIDS 20th Anniversary Lecture, Awards, and Reception.
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