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Information on the New Personal Conduct Policy

Below is additional information on the new Personal Conduct Policy:

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- Click here for key elements to the new Personal Conduct Policy… 51 more words

Press Releases

NFL Teams Unanimously Endorse Comprehensive New Conduct Policy; Ownership Committee Named, New Disciplinary Officer To Be Hired

NFL teams unanimously endorsed a revised and strengthened Personal Conduct Policy for all NFL employees that was presented today at a league meeting in Dallas. 167 more words

Press Releases

Districts asked to select assessment coordinator

The following Priority Notice was distributed on Friday, Dec. 5 to superintendents requesting they identify a district assessment coordinator to coordinator and ensure a successful administration of the 2014-15 State assessment. 170 more words

Administrators

Department assesses readiness of schools to administer computer-based MEA

The following Priority Notice was distributed on Tuesday, Nov. 25 announcing a technology readiness survey to assess the preparedness of Maine schools for successfully administering the 2014-15 State assessment. 407 more words

Administrators

Adrian Peterson Suspended Without Pay For At Least the Remainder of 2014 Season

Adrian Peterson of the Minnesota Vikings was notified today that he has been suspended without pay for at least the remainder of the 2014 NFL season, and will not be considered for reinstatement before April 15, for violating the NFL Personal Conduct Policy in an incident of abusive discipline that he inflicted on his four-year-old son last May. 1,516 more words

Press Releases

Commissioner Jim Rier on leave, Chief Academic Officer Rachelle Tome appointed Acting Commissioner

We know many readers look forward to our weekly Commissioner’s Update, specifically for the column from Commissioner Jim Rier, whose insight on education has come from nearly two decades in Augusta, first as a member of the State Board of Education and since 2003 here at the Department. 210 more words

News & Views

Recognizing Maine’s career and technical educators

Career and technical education (CTE) plays a critical role in strengthening the college and career readiness of our students and the economic future of our state. 820 more words

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