The links found in the table below are intended to offer quick references and resources to those trying to learn and understand more about Public Education in the state of Maine and within MSAD 3/RSU 3 as a whole. To the right of each resource link listed there is a brief summary of what information can be found by clicking on the link. This information will be updated periodically in an effort to keep individuals informed of what is happening in Pre-K – 12 public education within the state of Maine.
|Maine Department of Education||This is the Maine Department of Education Home Page. From this
site you can access information about what is going on across the
state in Public Education.
|Maine DOE Informational Letters||This site is a link from the MDOE home page. This site lists ALL
informational letters sent from the Maine Commissioner of Ed. to
Superintendents, Board Members, and others detailing important
notices to keep your eyes on!
|Maine’s New Common Core Standards||This link will take you to Maine’s newly adopted Common Core
Standards in Math and Reading.
|State of Maine Legislative Link||This site will take you to the Maine Government page. On this page
you can search to find your representatives and senators as well as
to follow bills that might be of particular interest to you.
|MDI’s “Watchdog” site||This is a link to MDI’s watchdog site. This site tracks all the
“Happenings” in local newspapers from across the state to keep an
eye on issues that impact education.
|Prepare Maine||This site is hosted by the Maine Coalition for Excellence in Education
Its major focus is in improving our schools and helping our
communities in ensuring ALL STUDENTS graduate from HS
prepared for citizenship, careers, or for college!
|Maine Development Foundation||This is the homepage for the Maine Development Foundation.
This group is very active in driving education policy decisions
at the State level.
|Maine Children’s Alliance||The Maine Children’s Alliance is committed to improving the lives of
all Maine’s children, youth, and families. Again, this group is very
active in driving education policy decisions at the State level.
|Don’t Know Much about History||This is just a neat little article about how some feel that the study of history has become too politically correct.|
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